Cool Cross Scarf

I love hosting weaving retreats! It is always so much fun, great people and great Saori energy….

One of the parts of the Saori philosophy is ‘Let’s learn from everyone in the group’ and so when a group gets together lots of learning happens.

I have had a few retreats this spring and am hosting another one right now. At the last retreat one of the things that we explored was the Cool Cross scarf (see my previous post here).

Anik, one of the retreat participants made a very cool, Cool Cross scarf…

Cool Cross Scarf

She has just started a blog called Fibre Sauvage to document “Saori Weaving & Knitting with Natural & Wild Fibres”. Some great pictures of her amazing Cool Cross scarf are here. I’m sure she’ll have many great things to come…

Happy Weaving,
Terri

My website: www.saorisaltspring.com

5 replies
  1. Anik
    Anik says:

    Thanks Terri – my weaving retreat was truly amazing and inspirational! I learned so much from you and your other students while at your studio. The creation of my blog was inspired by the Saori philosophy … and so begins my blogging adventures! I look forward to sharing more of my Saori explorations and discoveries at Fibre Sauvage, and to keep learning with and from others.

  2. Nicola
    Nicola says:

    This is just stunning Terri, congrats to Anik! I wish I was nearer you to participate in one of your retreats, never say never …..

  3. terri
    terri says:

    Nicola,

    Yes – she did such a marvelous job on the Cool Cross scarf – the colours and textures are so great….and it’s always fun for me to see the process of creation!

    You are right – never say never – it would be fun to do a retreat together – here? there? somewhere in between? who knows – Saori always offers endless possibilities!!

    Happy Weaving,
    Terri

  4. Diana Taylor
    Diana Taylor says:

    OK, I have got to learn this technique. Incredible colors and texture. I’m thinking about a majestic ancient tree covered in moss and lichen. Climbing roses and purple clematis. Feathers and stone. Can’t wait for my next trip!

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