Friday, April 23, 2010
Here are a few of the scarves that will be sold at the Squidfire May Art Mart. I am powering threw and constantly making, so it looks like I wont have to worry about having an empty booth. Sunday I am making paper that will then be used for pages of books that I will also make and sell at the market. Among scarves and books I will also have natural dyed yarn and rugs for sale. A variety that will sure to show me some ins-and-outs of what people want and are interested in.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
I will be one of the vendors at the Art Mart in May! Hope to see some friendly faces. Updates on progress prior to the show and what I will learn will be coming.
Ps isn't the poster so cute!?
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
This is the straightest I have ever woven! It is so shocking to me that at 120 inches in the cloth is the same width on both ends. It is almost like a computer is cranking out the fabric, but no it's just me.I am super excited for the May show to come! Another learning experience around the corner. I am sure the cloth will impress buyers!
Thursday, April 15, 2010
YES! I am blessed to have another round of Squidfire Art Market! This time in May. Meaning different merchandise must be made, summer merchandise instead of winter. I have this in the bag though!
I am so excited! I haven't felt this excited in awhile, I thought I had lost the thrill, but no it still lives!
More updates will be given at a later moment. All that is known to me is that it is May 8th in Fells Point.
I must give my thanks again to the wonderful boys at Squidfire for having so much faith in what I do. It brings much joy to my life and practice!
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
I mentioned a few weeks ago that triple cloth pick-up was concord with the help of a friend Natalie. Here is the result of the discovery. It was a great learning experience and since then I have figured out double cloth with a pattern. Both are samples at the moment, but I do plan on pursuing double cloth with a pattern in my next weaving. Images will come soon.Above is the double cloth with a pattern, and below is triple cloth pick-up