Category Archives: weaving

holding space

The Holding Space exhibition at Espace Fibre will gather under-graduates (and a few recent graduates) from across Canada who work primarily with fibre. The April event is being coordinated by the Concordia Fibres Students Association. I’m so excited to be

holding space

The Holding Space exhibition at Espace Fibre will gather under-graduates (and a few recent graduates) from across Canada who work primarily with fibre. The April event is being coordinated by the Concordia Fibres Students Association. I’m so excited to be

weaving workshops

I finished the last day of a weaving workshop with fifty kids from ages 5-12. I’m so grateful for the Capilano alumni that came out to help and to the parent volunteers that quickly learned how to weave! It was

weaving workshops

I finished the last day of a weaving workshop with fifty kids from ages 5-12. I’m so grateful for the Capilano alumni that came out to help and to the parent volunteers that quickly learned how to weave! It was

one answer to THE question

The grad show is up and it’s amazing! I feel so lucky and proud to be part of this group. This is just a small sample of some of the brilliantly inventive weaving pieces. I recently ran into someone I

one answer to THE question

The grad show is up and it’s amazing! I feel so lucky and proud to be part of this group. This is just a small sample of some of the brilliantly inventive weaving pieces. I recently ran into someone I

shibui

Another weaving documented. I’m slowly catching up. This one is from last term. I was continuing my exploration into Japanese structures and questioning how we look at intrinsic patterns and materiality. We expect weaving to be structured and rigid but

shibui

Another weaving documented. I’m slowly catching up. This one is from last term. I was continuing my exploration into Japanese structures and questioning how we look at intrinsic patterns and materiality. We expect weaving to be structured and rigid but

ikat

I recently did a series of ikat studies. Choosing to use acid dye to create varying depths of shade in the wool weft and altering the amount I manipulated it in an overshot style, I created three pieces of varying

ikat

I recently did a series of ikat studies. Choosing to use acid dye to create varying depths of shade in the wool weft and altering the amount I manipulated it in an overshot style, I created three pieces of varying

alpaca

Over the summer I borrowed a four harness floor loom and wove up a long alpaca warp. This is the first of the two scarves now off the loom. It’s incredibly soft. The plan is to sew it up into

alpaca

Over the summer I borrowed a four harness floor loom and wove up a long alpaca warp. This is the first of the two scarves now off the loom. It’s incredibly soft. The plan is to sew it up into

alpaca weaving

I’m so lucky to have been loaned a four-harness floor loom over the summer. My first project is a series of alpaca scarves. I should be able to get two to three out of the warp. This hopsack pattern is

alpaca weaving

I’m so lucky to have been loaned a four-harness floor loom over the summer. My first project is a series of alpaca scarves. I should be able to get two to three out of the warp. This hopsack pattern is