14. September 2021
Time to Get to Work on Peter Rabbit!
Hazel Delcourt
30. August 2021
Elyse Spins Cotton!
Thanks to Hazel Delcourt I can spin cotton! Elyse Meltz
18. August 2021
Strickler #728 by Elyse
New version of Strickler #728, first towel of 3. I tied on a variegated yarn warp to the previous. Towel 2 & 3 will be 2 different blue wefts. I learned I would rather thread heddles than tie a gazillion knots. Elyse Meltz
12. August 2021
Susan's Latest Woven Baby Blanket
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11. August 2021
Summer Meeting and Pot Luck
Everyone had such a lovely time at the Summer Meeting and Potluck.
03. August 2021
Learning to Spin Cotton with Hazel
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20. July 2021
More Photos of Marked Tree Vineyards in Flat Rockand the Arts Council of Henderson County
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15. July 2021
New Weavers of All Sorts!
Elizabeth, our farm intern, holding her sampler and mug rugs from the Beginning Weaving class.
09. July 2021
Welcome Magnus!
This is a photo of a sweater I finished recently for my new grandson, Magnus. The pattern is “Flopsy Bunnies Baby Jumper” from the official Beatrix Potter Knitting Book (Pat Menchini, 1987). Knitted using Lion Brand “Truboo” bamboo rayon yarn. Hazel Delcourt
20. June 2021
La Vie en Rosé
HWFA was invited to have a booth/tent at this event put on by Marked Tree Vineyards in Flat Rockand the Arts Council of Henderson County. . Marion and Suz volunteered to do all the organizing, preparation and set up. A number of other HWFA volunteers were on hand to demonstrate weaving, spinning, basketry, rigid heddle, and rug-hooking. We had information about our classes and about our children's programs. It was beautiful weather and everyone had a great time. Many thanks to Liz, Marjorie and...

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