Hello Everyone! 536 Sugar Road – sage green antique colonial with pumpkin orange trim and my dark brown CRV in front on the right side of the road. Parking – we have spaces for about 5 – 8 cars or … Continue reading →
Hello Team NVWG, I would like to weave some fabric for a jacket so it has to be somewhat stiff (like denim-ish stiff) and have some body and weight. So my question is has anyone woven with fabric strips as … Continue reading →
HI all, There is a warping mill (~40 inches in length – horizontal) for sale in Harvard – appears to be in fine shape, 50$. I am thinking this is a good idea and hassome good advantages over a warping … Continue reading →
Hello all, This is directed to Susan T. I am entering two pieces to NEWS. Both Andrew and I are still fuzzy on the details of how we do this. Could you please let us know what we need to … Continue reading →
Hello everyone, I’m reaching out because I are contemplating doing some cotton cloth to make a summer jacket for the NEWS garment competition. If I wanted to weave something like a basket weave in a cotton or something with a … Continue reading →
Isn’t this great!
Learn about the fashions and textiles of the 1860’s. Fabric of the period was vibrant and women used it to create spectacular clothing for themselves and their families. At our next meeting, I’ll be giving an overview of cloth common during the … Continue reading →
Just to let the sewists in the group know (Reba, here is the latest). Sawyer Brook has a new owner and is looking forward to the fall collection of fabrics. Here’s the link. http://www.sawyerbrook.com/posts/behind-the-scenes/continuing-the-legacy-of-sawyer-brook-2/