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Bev A – Breadcloths/napkins made in 4/2 cotton in black and turquoise using 4-shaft shadow weave, sett at 12 epi.
Bev A – Closeup of chainmaille necklace in 4-square weave and box chain weave. The piece is made with over 900 5.4 mm 18-gauge silver coated jumbo rings, one-of-a-kind glass focal bead with diamond chips, nd 12 teardrop glass beads.
Bev A – Chainmaille necklace in 4-square weave and box chain weave. The piece is made with over 900 5.4 mm 18-gauge silver coated jumbo rings, one-of-a-kind glass focal bead with diamond chips, nd 12 teardrop glass beads.
Bev A – Schacht spinning wheel with some of her handspun yarn from 2021 Ravelry “Tour de Fleece” event. She and Chris M teamed up for this year’s event, which featured 18 days of spinning.
Bev A – 2021 “Tour de Fleece” tee shirt.
Bev A – Two-ply handspun yarn on the skein winder for 2021 Ravelry “Tour de Fleece” event. She and Chris M teamed up for this year’s event, which featured 18 days of spinning.
Chris M – New 36″ tall cutting table made by Chris’s husband from a hollow-core door. The table frame is bolted to the wall and folds up when not in use.
Chris M – New 36″ tall cutting table made by Chris’s husband folded up; she calls it her “Murphy table.”
Chris M – Two handpainted and tan merino braids spun during 2021 “Tour de Fleece.” There’s also a bobbin with some of the blue fiber behind the braids.
Chris M – Fingerless gloves knitted with sock yarn.
Bev A and Chris M – These lovelies were the inspiration/mascots for their “Tour de Fleece team, “Ewe Two.”
Chris M – Summer and wWinter towels woven in 8/2 and 4/2 cotton on 6 shafts, sett at 18 epi.
Chris M – Extended twill scarf woven in 10/2 perle cotton in natural and 4 shades of blue, in 4-shaft extended twill in color-and-weave, sett at 26 epi.
Chris M – Spinning her blue fiber for “Tour de Fleece.”
Chris M – Ready for action in the 2021 “Tour de Fleece.”
Chris M – Team captain tee shirt with blue armband for 2021 “Tour de Fleece.”
Chris M – Twill towels woven in 4/2 cotton on 8 shafts, sett at 15 epi.
Gay A – Linen table runner woven in 10/2 linen using plain weave, sett at 15 epi. The weft alternates colors with each weft pass. The runner will be a wedding gift.
Jody W – Closeup of summer and winter tea towel woven in 16/2 cotton woven on 8 shafts, sett at 28 epi.
Jody W – Summer and winter tea towels woven in 16/2 cotton woven on 8 shafts, sett at 28 epi. These were woven in a Beth Duncan class in June. The assignment was to sample using different block lengths and colors.
Linda A – Shaped freeform tapestry woven with linen warp, will, cotton, and novelty yarns as weft, incorporating painted letter beads. Woven on a tapestry loom sett at 8 epi. Mounted on a linen-covered board and framed.
Linda A – Tencel cowl woven in 2-shaft pickup on a Peacock loom, using 8/2 Tencel for warp and weft, sett at 22 epi.
Linda A – Her long-languishing green warp, finally woven off into a lovely wrap!
Linda A – Deflected double weave towels woven in 10/2 and 8/2 cotton on 8 shafts, sett at 24 epi. She encountered many challenges along the way, but who can tell?
Maxine M – Rep weave rug woven with 5/2 cotton on 6 shafts, sett at 42 epi. That was 1044 threads – a LOT of cotton and threading! The dog seems to approve.