How I finish my hand woven tencel scarves. Because I am a big fan of fringe, the last step in my production process is trimming it. Pictured below are the steps I go through when I finish the fringe on the tencel scarves. But I follow the exact same procedures with any of the scarves and […]
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The Palm Beach Lace Scarf in Tencel is a best seller. Customers love the pattern and the way that Tencel shimmers. On the loom is the stunning Sienna Sunset color. Am almost finished weaving a second scarf. What drew me to this lace pattern is the way the three warp yarns in one dent interplay with […]
Taking a breather from two back-to-back Saturday craft shows. On 9/26 Bewoven Studio joined other area craftspeople for the Apple Harvest and Crafts Festival on the Amherst MA Town Commons. This past Saturday, October 3rd, Bewoven Studio participated in the Artisans of WMass 2015 Fall Craft Show. The quality of the work of my […]
I took it as a very good omen, that within days of my move-in at Leverett Crafts & Arts, there was a reception for the GCC Painting Buddies Show (Greenfield Community College) at LCA’s Barnes Gallery. The works are impressive. I highly recommend that lovers of fine painting come check out the show which runs only for […]
There’s still a ways to go in getting the studio into shape. Have already been at work making handwoven Mosaic Twill scarves with a cotton warp and a bamboo weft. Filling out my inventory is a top priority. It is such a delight to have the loom, the weaving equipment, and my yarn all in […]
The goal of my blog is to let my customers and visitors learn what makes me tick aesthetically. So in this first post I’m sharing a picture I took from our backyard of a fabulous rainbow that arched over Belchertown in early August. This photo reminds me of the stunning vistas that Mike Leigh […]