Month: April 2014

Loom Decoupage

Copper Loom Make Over I have my Brennan style loom, adapted for my personal use.  Thinner, lighter pipes and shorter, so It’s less heavy and will require less warp for smaller weaving’s.  I decided to decoupage the loom so I

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Pattern Preservation

How To Preserve A Sewing Pattern I love sewing patterns.  I have tons of them, but two-thirds I have never used.  When I find one I like, I will use it over and over again.  Frequently, they are multi-sized, and I

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Loom ~ Brennan Style

Tapestry Loom ~ Archie Brennan Style  It seems like most of the tapestry weavers that I know have at least one loom made in the style of the loom that Archie Brennan designed.  They seem perfectly portable, sturdy and easy

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O’Brien Knot Collaboration

Double-Faced Tablet Weaving ~ O’Brien Knot One of the wonderful things about going to a conference is the opportunity to network with other like-minded people from far and wide with diverse skills and knowledge.  Of course, I didn’t have any contact or business

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Tatting Shuttles Overhaul

Decoupaged Tatting Shuttles Decoupaged Tatting Shuttles?  Why?  Well, in truth, mostly for practical reasons, believe it or not.  My hands and fingers tend to be dry, and I find the plastic tatting shuttles to be too slippery.  They slip and

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