Entries by Terri

Gathering of bobbins

Last night I gathered up my tangle of bobbins and sorted them out in preparation for some workshops. I filled a basket and as I was doing that I was thinking about all the yarns on the bobbins…   I was wondering what the most popular colour was, or if there is one. As I […]

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SAORI Salt Spring at The Workshop @ Pacifica

  This past weekend I took 6 new looms over to The Workshop @ Pacifica in Brentwood Bay, Victoria.   We have set up a wonderful, waterfront workshop space to be a home for these looms.   I will be offering classes and workshops and we are also working on some drop-in times and loom […]

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Weaver to Weaver (W2W15)

Meg in Nelson, who I was able to finally meet in person this past year, hosts all kinds of lovely ideas for connecting and sharing ideas and works and weaving. She had Loomsday (check out all the links on her post) on New Year’s Day – which I interpreted as “What’s on your Loom“, but […]

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SAORI AiR (Artist in Residence)

I’ve been enjoying more time to weave this last week. My living room has become my second studio and been filled with fibre & fun. So, I made some warps this week which I absolutely love, love, love to do! One was for a commission – “Spring Garden” Another was for my weaving… When I […]

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Ruffle Vest

When I was in Japan last May I had a chance to try Kenzo Jo’s special stretchy yarn. I had used stretchy yarn in the weft before, but never in the warp. This yarn is stretched and starched so that you can wind it into a warp like any other fibre. Once you wash the […]

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A Lime / Lyme Scarf

As some of you know I have been dealing with Lyme Disease for the past 6 years. My husband, Alan, is working on a documentary film about it (watch for more information and an Indiegogo campaign later this spring to help finish the film). Recently, we were asked to participate in a Lyme Awareness event […]

Loomsday – part two

After posting images of my looms on Loomsday (New Year’s Day) in response to Meg’s ‘challenge’ (be sure to check out all the links in her post), I received responses and images of other people’s works and looms and wanted to share them. I’m always inspired to see what everyone is up to! Judi sent […]