Monthly Archives: June 2017
When Cape Breton is gorgeous, it is like a piece of heaven, and I feel so grateful to spend time in this beautiful place. Yesterday was one of those days and kayaking with two good friends made it a perfect … Continue reading
The drawing group who gathered the past four Fridays for studio sessions finished up last week. They worked so hard during the four weeks and look what great drawings they produced! Thanks to all who joined in!
Having left the back porch light on during night time since the bears visited a while back, I wake in the morning these days to find moths on the outside of the screen door. The other morning, I found this … Continue reading
The sample tea towel for the Toronto store turned out really well. The huck weave worked so well! When it is on the loom it looks quite square but when it has been washed, dried and pressed, it forms a … Continue reading
Eweknit, the wonderful yarn shop in Toronto where I have been teaching tapestry, has requested a tea towel as a sample for their new floor loom weaving program. They supplied me with beautiful cotton/linen yarns. I wove a sample out … Continue reading
It’s been a busy day in the studio on this hot and humid final day of spring. Now that the folks managing the St. Ann’s bay website (www.theshoresofstanns.ca) have kindly posted a page for Meadowbrook Studio, I thought I better … Continue reading