Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Safety First!

  I'm so proud of our weavers...we have been so careful to follow the protocols set by the Center.  Even our donations set out for awhile before we go through them.
  This was a donation of double weave fabric that Carol thinks would make some colorful rugs.  
  We also received some cones of yarn from a weaver that will be put to good use.

   Sadly, we lost one of our former weavers, Barbara.  Her family donated her looms and equipment to the Tuesday Weavers.  We will be able to put them to good use.
  Margi needed the little table loom on the stand, so she bought it to use at home.  I'm sure Barbara would be glad to know it will be taken care of.

  Pat was with us today, and went right to work on her rug.  She is building up a nice roll of rugs on the cloth beam!

  You can see that Marilyn has been sampling!  (Isn't it funny that we often don't take the time to do that....yet, it is important!)


  Marie is going to finish the warp on Ms. Ila's loom (when she gets a chance!)  There's always some sort of bookkeeping for her to do!  Our sales at The Cliff Dwellers continue to keep us busy!


   What would we do without Bonnie???  She is so good to vacuum in the studio and get all the lint off the floor.  Weaving can be a wee bit messy!
  Thank you, Bonnie, for all you do!


 Ta-da!  I remembered to take a picture of the Wheel of Fortune mug rug that I'm weaving on the Pup.  The draft is from the Original Miniature Patterns for Hand Weaving, Part 1. Mug rugs are such a great project to weave when you're playing with overshot.
  Stay safe, my friends!
Happy Weaving!

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