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Tapestry Work by Students

Here is a gallery of various tapestries created by students in my class. It is a thrill to see what they imagination brings forth, once the learn a few basic stitches during my tapestry classes.

By |January 21st, 2018|Fiber Arts|0 Comments

Chevron’s Tickle the Tapestry

  Finally finished one of my most elaborate and detailed tapestries titled "Chevron". And its size makes a statement: 34 by 65. Using very fine variegated cotton fiber the colors shift as the pattern scales the face of the piece. Sometimes I let the changes flow as they presented themselves and sometimes I "flipped the [...]

By |January 8th, 2018|Fiber Arts|0 Comments

Remnants Reign Supreme

I just finished a "tapestry" that mimics a traditional Rya Rug technique using remnant scraps purchased from a rug manufacturer. I just love the variety of lectures, the various colors and the way some strips lay flat while others bunch. And when there is extra fringe I can tuft it up with my fingers! As [...]

By |August 29th, 2016|Fiber Arts|0 Comments