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End of Winter Spinning

This yarn was made from Pancake and Lulu roving. The colorway is Frosted Forest Berries. It’s extra fine Merino wool which was such a smooth spin. The skein to the left was the leftover single yarn that I chain plied. The singles were not as twisted but I put in too much twist while plying. Blocking with some weight helped […]

An Old WIP Returns

A decade ago I was living in New Mexico. My career as a fiber artist was slowly taking off. I had been in local art shows in Taos and Santa Fe. Then in 2012 I blew up my life and escaped to Portland. It was an intense time. So much change was happening all at once. I was experiencing so […]

Hula Hoop Loom

Years ago, I had a small table loom that I used to dip my toes into the weaving world. It was fun but I was in college so just didn’t have the time to explore it deeply. In December I started a new art project. This hula hoop had been sitting in the back of my craft closet for months. […]

Summer Spinning

Summer in Eastern Oregon was pretty intense this year, as it was in a lot of Oregon, even Portland. Yet I managed to get some spinning down thanks to our basement. These skeins are a ply of Pancake and Lulu roving and Plotulopi yarn that Josh brought me back from Iceland years ago.   Plying the two together gave me […]

A Return To Spinning

I got the most wonderful present for Solstice last year. This beauty is an Ashford Kiwi 3 and a double treadle, my favorite. It’s been years since I’ve spun and I’m ecstatic to be back at the wheel again. She’s a gem to spin and I’ve named her Arachne. She’ll help me strive for greatness. And remind me to humble […]

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