It’s been pretty busy around here, and for that, I am grateful. It’s been the just-enough kind of busy.
We had a guild sale at Pottery Barn
The Fort Worth Weavers Guild had a sale, which was both fun and a long day, with the added benefit of great sales. Below is just a portion of the towels we had for sale.
Scarves and shawls were hanging here. You can also see my work spread on a nearby couch.
Here we had baskets, small framed pieces (recognize those?). In the big center basket are bookmarks, key rings, greeting cards, and even buttons.
The button covered with small, leftover pieces from weavings.
The other busy part
I’ve also been busy making sure all the boards for hanging and the corresponding work are together and look good. I don’t know exactly how many pieces will be in the upcoming exhibition, but I want to have more than necessary in case some curating decisions need to be made. As in what looks good together and what doesn’t.
What’s on the loom
This is what I’m working on right now. Although the same yarns as the gradation pieces I just finished are in this weaving, the colors look very different. I planned small holes in the weaving because that’s something I’ve been wanting to do, so why not now in this completely spontaneous piece.
You can see the holes marked in the second pic. They’re only about 1/2 inch long.