Wednesday, August 27, 2014


I am out of my studio this week. I am up at the lake, preparing to remove one house from our property so that we can build another one. This exercise is occupying much of my time, energy and brain.

However, I still get time each day to do a bit of art work.
This tiny  bit of wedge weave is inspired by meeting Connie Lippert at the MLH workshops a couple of weeks ago. Let me tell you - this is addictive. I photographed this outside, because it reminds me of irises.  However, I think this would also make a good wedge weave composition:
This was taken at the end of my dock, and might give you a clue about why I have decided to live here. 

I am going to reluctantly admit that Summer is winding down. There are five more days that I  consider to be SUMMER. I have lots of teaching fun lined up for this Fall - which in my mind starts in September, right after Labor Day. 

If you are interested in knowing my teaching schedule, please click on the link above. Next up is "Shibori loves Indigo" with Shanna Robinson at NCMC.  On Saturday, September 13 we will weave some fabric with a resist pattern woven right in. Sunday morning will be all about pulling those resists, and dunking it into the indigo pot. Thrilling! I might have to have something ready for that pot.  If you would like to come learn and play with Shanna and I call North Central Corporate and Continuing Education at 231-348-6705 to register.”
The cost to participate is $90. I ask that you arrive with your loom warped with undyed natural fibers. 

Then, right after that is the great Fiber to Fabric Weekend at Interlochen.  Grab a friend and join us for this early Fall Fiber retreat in northern Michigan.  

Just before the Interlochen weekend I will be installing "The Great Felt Lakes" at Grapids Irrigation for Art Prize.  If you come to art prize this year, please try to visit my installation, and leave me a note so that I will know you were there! 

A change of season usually instills in me a new energy - and I am glad for that, because, this Fall,  I think I am gonna need it! 

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