Thursday, October 1, 2009

examples of work-that-has-gone-before

this is a table runner in an overshot pattern called "star of bethlehem." the blue in it is hand-dyed.
this is a placemat with hand-dyed yarn in the japanese ikat tradition (although much american-ized). i'm weaving similar placemats and matching runners now, just without as much hand-dyed yarn (it's a limited commodity) in three colors: the blue pictured here, green and purple.
and here is another runner in the "star of bethlehem" overshot pattern. this is one of my favorite things to do, using a white-on-white approach and letting the pattern be the main feature instead of color.


  1. I am new follower. I arrived from Mrs B's and I have to say thank you for such a wonderful donation to her give-away!

    Your art is beautiful!

  2. hello, here from Mrs. B's. Your artful weaving is beautiful! I am happy to follow you and see what you are breathing life into!

  3. Hello i am now following you. What wonderful work. i was over at Mrs. B's and found your blog from her.


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