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December 2, 2014

Demo day at the ICA

This Saturday, December 6, from 10-1 I’ll be demonstrating rigid heddle weaving (on my 32″ Kromski Harp) at the Institute of Contemporary Art on Boston’s South Boston waterfront (more recently known as the “Innovation District”). Other members of the Weavers’ Guild of Boston will be demonstrating carding, spinning, and weaving on a variety of equipment — all part of the Fiber Sculpture 1960-present exhibition that’s up through early January. It should be lots of fun, and this is a great little museum to visit any time.

Here’s the warp getting itself onto the loom:

Warping Donegal Tweed on Rigid Heddle loom

Direct warping (using peg) Donegal yarn on Kromski Harp Rigid Heddle loom.

Gorgeous blend of Donegal yarns in warp

Gorgeous blend of Donegal yarns in warp

 

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