Saturday, March 9, 2013

Back from California.

It wasn't a weaving trip but we had some great fiber excursions while we were visiting. Richard actually held a one-on-one spinning class. The highlight was the weather. It is, of course, so different than our New England late winter weather. We were picking Meyer Lemons and Rangpur Limes last Monday as well as pointing out that a lot of what folks have in their yards we consider house plants! In the coming days we will be adding some interesting info about our experience. Stay tuned.

Monday, February 18, 2013

Winter Hibernation

February 18, 2013

It has been quiet in the studio for a long time now. While we have ambitions of starting up once the warm weather starts, we will have to make room for us to work in. Our scarves and shawls are still being sold at Anything Goes in Warwick, RI and pretty soon we'll have a few more items to add and some to replace the more wintery items.Stay tuned.

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Hey Everybody,

Happy New Year.  Here is a hand woven jacket I made a year ago for a competition in Sweden.  It wasn't chosen for the competition so we still have it.  It has fresh water pearls and Swarovski crystals worked into the front panel and over the right shoulder as well as on the left cuff as an embellishment.  It is fully lined, and the collar is hand spun, hand knit baby alpaca and angora rabbit.  Please contact us and we will quote a price.

And a special thanks to Jan Doyle for modeling this piece.