Lowell is Looming!

Weave Room at the Boott Cotton Mills

Apologies for the pun, but, this long hard winter will come to an end, the snow will melt, the trees will bud out and the flowers will bloom, and Early American Industries Association members will gather for our 2019 Annual Meeting May 15th thru May 18th, 2019.  If you haven’t already done so, it’s time […]

Getting started with Fiber Arts

Here is a closup of the runner pre-wet finish. The final product fulled beautifully!

Hangin’ by a thread: Getting Started  “What hobbies are you interested in?” When I’m asked about hobbies and responds with “weaving” or “spinning,” there is usually a silence and/or a quizzical look. Recently, someone tried to explain to me that I could buy dishtowels at Walmart and wouldn’t that be easier?  A response to “spinning” […]

Hanging by a thread….

Handwoven dishtowels: Four completed towels (too pretty to use!)

There’s no question that Pam Howard sets a tough example. Teaching, being a mom and wife, traveling, and still finding the time to spin, weave, dye and blog! Down here in deep South Texas time and people move a lot s-l-o-w-e-r (especially in the summer). I’m waiting for the lovely white wool that I will […]

EAIA Fiber Interest Group

It has been three months since we had our first EAIA Fiber Interest group meeting.  It was great to see such an enthusiastic group of fiber artists.   Summer has been very busy but I have managed to get some weaving, dyeing, and spinning done.  Speaking of spinning there is a fun project that has […]