I spin, then spin some more. (Beth Friedman)
Weaving keeps me out of trouble.
Now, Ethnic, Weave, Spin, Knit, Mom.
It’s about time!! Waited too Long!!
Wove a rug, walked on it.
First sewing, then knitting, now weaving.
I weave tight to relieve tension. (Karen Mallin)
Weaving class 20 years ago and nothing.
Mary inspired. Create warm homemade home.
Fiber voyeur. Ideas! Ideas! Someday maybe …
Learned to weave, wove a life.
Vintage finds, isolate images, fewer warps.
Silk, bamboo, knots, fun, yardage, yarn.
Weaving – life is the warp. Weft: journey. (Marilyn Moore)
Yarn to image. Eternally engrossed.
The easy weaver rides again … again.
I started drumcarding. Slippery fiber slope.
The holes are so exciting; lace.
I learned card weaving from MaryAtwater.
Great teachers, members, staff. So blessed!
Weaving is my therapist/headache reliever.
I dyed in the messy basement.
Mom beat, listening, I now weave.
Norwegian wool rewards my winter dreams.
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