I love color. I think it started with my first box of crayons. I particularly loved the big box of sixty-four – more colors to choose from.
Later I discovered yarn. I could be content looking at all the rows of yarn arranged like the colors in a Crayola box in the local dime store. Thus, texture and some knitting needles were added to the equation.
That was my childhood. Many years later a loom took center stage. This is now. These pictures are from table runners I made. They are a combination of different colors, textures, and patterns into an assortment of table runners.
Weaving is slowing down though. I still like to stay connected with fiber and have returned back to the yarns of my childhood through knitting mostly. (shown in another post) Still, I linger back to the loom from time to time.
At one point I began Scottish plaid designs, learning a great deal in the process.
I’m thankful for all the wonderful friends I’ve met through my work with fiber.