I’ve edited the Pattern Library page and put a bunch of new patterns on there along with a PDF that contains all the patterns in the one file. Here, have a few pics of stuff I’ve been weaving lately: Continue reading Tablet weaving pattern library update
Actually, come to Winterfest even if you don’t want to learn tablet weaving, it’ll be fun! Winterfest Saturday 2nd July and Sunday 3rd July 2011 10am – 5pm Parramatta Park, Coleman oval, Westmead side of the park, off Railway parade. … Continue reading Want to learn tablet weaving? Come to Winterfest!
These ones are all for sale in my shop: “Kivrim” 1.5m long 17mm wide “Ramshorn” 3.6m long, 31mm wide “S&Z” 1.5m long 20mm wide And here’s a few more samples of other patterns I’ve done: “Eternity” 20mm wide “Zigzags” 20mm … Continue reading New tablet weaving!
My lounge room has been taken over by boxes of bead trays and I’m not feeling much inclined to put them away again any time soon so I might even make more stuff in the next few days. I’m rather … Continue reading Finally! I made something!
I have a new apron dress! This is very exciting! No, really! It started with a beautiful length of handwoven woollen cloth made by the very talented Pat which I bought at the Armidale Easter camp. I made a piece … Continue reading Blacktown Medieval Fayre
Adam made me a new loom for my tablet weaving from plans I drew up. It’s not an unqualified success, the design needs tweaking and the execution is a little…unrefined, shall we say, but it’s a step up from a … Continue reading New loom
Hosted by Mrs4444. Time for a Friday Fragments brain dump. Lots of little bits of dubious value thrown together to masquerade as a post. When you’ve read mine you might like to head on over to Half-Past Kissin’ Time and … Continue reading Friday Fragments
I’ve given up on me ever using my Etsy shop and have decided to go with selling stuff straight from my blog. I’ve put the tablet weaving up and there’ll be jewellery coming soon. Details and pricing can be found … Continue reading Stuff I’m selling
Every Monday night this term Adam has been taking himself off to pottery classes. Tonight, on the way home from the Discover Mahler concert we stopped off at his teacher’s home to pick up his finished pieces. 1. Decorated tiles, 2. Frog on a leaf, 3. Wol, 4. Dragon lidded pot, 5. Pot and lid with sleeping baby dragon, 6. First attempt using the wheel He has also made us a chesky so that we don’t have to hide our esky in the tent when we’re at reenactment events. It’s a chest that’s large enough for our rather large esky … Continue reading New stuff, some made, some bought
We left home rather later than we had intended for our trip to Beorgwic, the annual event hosted by the Ancient Arts Fellowship at the Danelaw property in the Southern Highlands. As we drove south I tweeted my fear that we would be putting the tent up in the rain, what I didn’t quite anticipate was that it would also be be dark. Pitch black dark. We put the tent up in the rain and freezing cold by torchlight. I am so very glad that putting up a geteld is incredibly quick. (Many thanks to Talisien of Blue Draco for … Continue reading Beorgwic was…wet