21. August 2022
Christmas Towel Project
The HWFA Christmas towel Project kick-off class began on August 9. Ruth Howe (class leader) explained huck lace and the planned project. The Christmas towels will be woven by weavers and sold in the gift shop. All proceeds are to benefit HWFA.
20. August 2022
Samples from Suz's Introduction to Weaving Class
Let's give these ladies a hand for a job well done!
19. August 2022
Needle Felt a Pumpkin
We have a new class on the website — Needle Felt a Pumpkin taught by Irene Heckel-Volpe. Also Ruth is teaching Weaving Boot Camp II again. New dates for Sara Beth's Indigo Dying Class. And there is still room in Claudia's Rug Hooked Pencil Purse Cover.
20. July 2022
Claudia Featured in Laurel of Asheville
When Claudia Lampley started rug hooking in 2000 through a class at Blue Ridge Community College, young children and a tight budget meant she had to get creative with materials. Most of the wool for her first rugs came from thrift stores. A local hooking mill in the area allowed her to dumpster-dive the cut-offs from its large area rugs. She started designing her own patterns simply because they were cheaper, and used some of her children’s artwork in her early pieces. Read more about her...
14. July 2022
A Big Send Off for Susan
06. July 2022
Carol's Covid Project
Made by Carol Lachance as her Covid project. Hooked. All hand-dyed wool, too. Amazing...
21. June 2022
Elyse's Anywhere Scarf
Car trips are good for finishing things. This is the Anywhere Scarf by Cecilia Campochiara and I used a gradient yarn from Wolles. It's very soft- cotton, merino, silk. Elyse Meltz
04. June 2022
New Classes!
There are several new classes on the website and you can check them all out HERE! Sign up today!
28. May 2022
Kathie's Original Rug HookedStool Cover
I complete this little stool cover for my daughter. She found the stool at a thrift store, a friend drew the pic and I enlarged and transferred for the stool. Kathie Yancey
27. May 2022
Mary Weaving Sleeping Mats for the Homeless
Mary Vernon demonstrated how to weave mats for the homeless using plastic grocery bags on a Peg Loom at the Mothers Day Market.

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