Interweave was bought by a new owner. However, Handwoven and SpinOff were bought from them by a new company formed by Linda Ligon, the original founder of both magazines, and longtime editor Anne Merrow. Press release:
From the League of NH Craftsmen Newsletter:
HQ was contacted by a lovely woman who, with her husband, had worked for over 25 years doing production weaving for interior designers and architects throughout New England. She is located in Cabot, Vermont . Her husband passed away and she has the following available for sale:
4 harness LeClerc Quebec II Counterbalance Loom
Shuttlecraft Practice Loom 42″
36″ vertical loom
LeClerc Tissart Tapestry Loom
150 lbs roving – wool and mohair, cleaned and ready to use
200+ lbs of quality wool yarns in a variety of colors
Best way to reach her for more information is to call 802-563-2343 (Candace)
**Weavers – please share this information with anyone in your circle who might be interested. It would be a great help to this individual to sell these items for a fair price**
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 so. Parking on the grass is ok. You can park on Coventry Wood – across/perpendicular to Sugar Rd or tuck in tight along the road.
We can roam around outside, sit on the screened in porch, and drink fancy drinks on the veranda – something like that. I believe the start time is 6:00 – everyone is welcome to come at 5:30 or so to relax.
Brenda Parella and Barbara Gordon completed the Hill Institute Master Weaver program this year and will be exhibiting their work at the annual exhibition.
The Hill Institute (83 Pine Street, Florence, MA) will have its annual exhibition on Friday, June 7 from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, June 8 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
The exhibition is open to the public free of charge. Everyone is invited, and there will be light refreshments and demonstrations under the tent.
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 both warp and weft?
My plan is to do something with strips much more narrow than what you would use on a rag rug and have a balanced plain weave on my rigid heddle loom.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Shaft Switching! Doesn’t that term sound complicated and scary? Yet over and over we hear that it’s a very simple way to diversify your designs. Members Leslie Ardison and Amy Stevens will explain the mystery of this technique, invented by the legendary Peter Collingwood. Social and library time at 7pm, meeting to start promptly at 7:30. Meeting to be held at The Fiber Loft.
Our March meeting will focus on “Organizing your Weaving Studio”. Fellow member Susan Targove (yes, that’s a picture of her wonderfully organized studio) will share her secrets! Susan is an accomplished weaver who, among many other things, designed and created the Caitriot tartan for the lead actress in the Outlander series. Susan also brings her background as a Professional Organizer to this discussion!
Join us at The Fiber Loft at 7pm for social and library time. Our business meeting will start promptly at 7:30, followed by Susan’s presentation.