Sunday, February 26, 2012

Intentional Design Workshop with Central Coast Weavers

Finally, some words and images to go along with the wonderful memories of my California sojourn to San Luis Obispo and Atascadero (where the workshop was held). I apologize for the lack of images, but I got so involved I forgot to take out my camera to show the outside of the wonderful straw bale barn, home to what looks like a working loom museum. What a fabulous resource and a great place to weave!


Each student arrived at the workshop with their loom warped with their Color Horoscope Weaving all ready to weave.

I am always amazed at the variety and inventiveness displayed by weavers. Don't you just want to try out one of those balls as a loom bench?

More to follow in upcoming post

6 comments:

blopeep said...

I'd always wondered about using my balance ball while weaving - it's great for spinning but I think it's too low for the loom. I may have to pick up another one. Exercise and weaving together - wonderful!

I didn't realize you were so close - if I'd known, and there'd been space, I'd have been there for sure.

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