Latest: Tapestry in Progress

I have had this on my Mirrix loom warped for over six months. I worked on my rigid heddle primarily all winter, then came my new fascination with the triangle looms, both the 2-foot and the 3-foot. I’ve been making a lot of wraps and neck scarves in preparation for some shows, but I did want to get back to tapestry, what first hooked me on weaving. Here is my work in progress which, if I get lucky with a good block of time, will perhaps finish tomorrow:

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4 Responses to Latest: Tapestry in Progress

  1. Dawn says:

    Hi Sandra! Thanks for following my blog. I have returned the follow and will be joining you on blog frog. I just started a community over there as well. I look forward to getting to know another fiber artist.

    I love your latest tapestry! I just got started with a rigid heddle. Not quite ready for that yet, but your’s is gorgeous!

  2. So neat! What a talent. I am a new follower from Terrific Thursday. I would love for you to stop by 🙂

    http://memoirs-of-2-wicked-chefs.blogspot.com/

  3. I love it! I can see why you like weaving so much.

  4. I absolutely love tapestry. I live in an area that is surrounded my beautiful castles and they are full of incredible tapestries.

    Found you the Terrific Thursday blog hop. Have a great day.

    CJ xx

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