Tag Archives: British wool

Wet, Wet, Wet

Sadly, after we’d spent three days putting our final display up at college they had a night of torrential rain in Bradford and water came through the gallery roof! Fortunately none of our work was damaged, and our tutors did … Continue reading

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No More Deadlines

The course is over!  I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it, and it has been so worth while, but I have to admit I am glad it’s finished.  It’s exhausting always having a deadline looming, and trying to tick all the HNC boxes … Continue reading

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Completed Display

This morning I was in college early enough to move all my rubbish out of the way and take a good picture of my completed stand. I’m very pleased with all my final project pieces. I love the colours, which … Continue reading

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Final Show

We’ve been spending today at college setting up for our final show. Here are three pictures of my space in progress. Not terribly good pictures, sorry, but I’ll take some better ones tomorrow.

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Finished Work

Well, this coming weekend the final show goes up.  There’s still some paperwork to finish, but all the weaving is done, so here are some pictures of the finished pieces. This is the rug.  Sorry it’s not a better picture, … Continue reading

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Cushion covers

Yesterday I was making the two cushions covers for my final show.  The first one took some time as I was working out measurements.  The feather pads are 50 cm square, but the covers need to be a little smaller … Continue reading

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New Postcards from MOO!

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An empty loom

Well, all the weaving for project 6 is finished and washed.  I’ve currently got one throw and one length of cushion cover fabric on the clothes maiden in from of a heater trying to get them dry.  The others I … Continue reading

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The tie-up

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New loom more important than new kitchen!

I’m so envious of my friends who already have a dobby looms.  I had a meltdown on Friday trying to sort out the tie-up of my countermarche.  Eight shafts, eight treadles means 64 connections to make while lying on my … Continue reading

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