Wild Daisy is a custom piece woven on a warp of organic cotton-linen with a weft of hand dyed raw silk. Twined, knotted and braided into the fringe is a menagerie of beads including cowrie shells, raw rubies, water buffalo horn, bone, deer antler as well as handmade ceramic beads and vintage bone and glass beads from around the world.
A walk through a Moroccan marketplace; this piece was a custom and was woven on a warp of organic cotton-linen with a weft of hand dyed raw silk.
I am finally finishing up the customs from last year that I had to put on hold due to my neck and shoulder problems. I will be announcing soon about upcoming custom opportunities and pieces for sale.
Coffee & spinning this morning, hoping the warm New Mexico sun comes out from the clouds long enough to heat up my studio. 🌞
Spinning spinning. Organic cotton. Yum!
I’ve been feeling the real need for quite a while to use up all these wonderful materials that I’ve collected over the years. This includes #spinning up lots of yummy fibers and finishing projects that, for one reason or another, I’ve put on hold for months or years. These things have been peering at me from their moth-proof totes, suitcases and trunks piled on the shelf. One by one, let it begin here with this color-grown #organiccotton and my new-old spinning wheel
Polyphonic Life, year by year – One Eye Sees, the Other Feels. Rooted in the earth and experiencing polyphonic life. This custom piece is an exploration into dimensions of form and color. It was woven on a warp of organic cotton-linen with a weft of hand dyed raw silk and was inspired by the work of Paul Klee.
The colors of new earth, from the heart of a volcano. This piece was woven as a custom with a warp of organic cotton-linen and a weft of hand dyed raw silk.
All tied up and (almost) ready to go.
This is the first (and only) large weaving I have ever kept for myself. As soon as I made it, I fell in love with it, which is why I am so bummed that I no longer have it. After having dinner at the Taos Mesa Brewery with my mom and step-dad I left it on the back of my chair 😣 I called to confirm they had it in the lost and found, but wast able to get back there for some time. (as it is 6 hours from home) But, when I went back it was gone. 😭😭😭 Its my fault for forgetting it, I know….Just throwing this out into the universe in the tiny chance it comes back to me.
My partner (and photographer) hurt his knee, so it’ll be a minute until I will have photos…but they are coming!