Friday, August 28, 2015

Must be an M's and O's party!

The rest of the show and tell from our August 2015 guild meeting in Cabool. So interesting to see how the weave structure of M's and O's was interpreted by these awesome weavers. And check out the cottolin Shirley and Larry used.  And who wouldn't want to plant their toes on Gayle's rugs?

Jane has been weaving towels. These are M's and O's. 

Great colors!
Becky continues to play around with painted warps. Here is her M's and O's using tencel for a great scarf. 

Becky found these kits on the "" websight. Looks interesting.
Larry shared his cotton and cottolin Tree towels. Same draft, just different fibers. 

Vicki has more of her M's and O's tencel scarves. We think they are breading like rabbits at her house. 

More of Vicki's scarves. These are shadow weave and M's and O's.

Shirley is working on hemming on of the towels she did. She has used cottolin and a snowflake twill. She had a bunch more towels but I missed getting a photo of them. 

Here we have our 'snow bird' Gayle with some rugs she has finished. This first one is made from loopers.

This rug Gayle used selvedges.

Using poly-cotton, Gayle wove this green rug. 


Anonymous said...

You are so lucky to be involved with such a talented group of weavers! Love to see what they all come up with.

Vlaďka Cepáková said...

So beautiful woven things! It would be wonderfol to be with us and to be able to see all in reality. Thank you very much for your reportages.