Happy February from my Fiber Studio! I am continuing to make progress on the 2015 tapestry diary project, the finishing of 2014 and weavin.
J Meetze Studio/Common Threads: Finishing ( Finished ) Party
J Meetze Studio/Common Threads: March 2013
works in progress : The feathers continue to grow
Chrissie Freeth - woven on a traditional upright loom. "My work is usually large scale and take months to weave. I use hand-dyed wool and a palette heavily influenced by the muted colours of the Yorkshire landscape.
Tapestry Work in Progress by handloom weaver Chrissie Freeth.
Mary Goss in her studio weaving sideways with multiple types of yarns. Cotton, silk, linen, wool and metallic threads. Inspired in a bark from a maple tree.
J Meetze Studio/Common Threads: The New Tapestry Has Left the Starting Gate …
Your First Weaving Project
Don’t Have a Loom? - The Creativity Patch Want to give weaving a try? You can learn to weave without even buying a loom, I'll show you how!
This dreamcatcher is made of all natural hemp twine and transparent green and golden Precioa glass beads!
An Authentic diy wall decoration
these are neat, and would be easy to simplify by taking off all the extra embellishments. These are similar to dream catchers, but different enough so it won't look like you have a dream catcher-themed wedding (Diy Decorations Wall)