On May 1st, an article which I wrote was published here in the online magazine CNCHnet.
CNCH is the Conference of Northern California Handweavers. The website includes information about the annual conference as well as a calendar of events, resources, photo gallery, and the quarterly CNCHnet.
There is a lot of talent here in Northern California! I was honored to be asked to write about my world of inkle weaving. I like the article. Let me know what you think.
There has been a fair amount of work coming off the looms. A couple of custom orders went out last week and so I am ready to start two more.
|Seat straps, 4 pairs. Each pair is different, but they all look good together.|
|A Sash for Medieval Costume|
And I managed to weave a sash and two straps for inventory. I've got a Rendezvous event coming up in two weeks and want to have a good selection to offer.
|The color of the rust wool in this one really got my attention. I've been wanting to do something with this for weeks. It paired up well with the sort of charcoal brown wool.|
|Soft blue and gray colors look great in this powder horn strap.|
|Look at how pretty this gray silk is!|