Loopy neon merino Krokbragd Weaver: Kali Tal Weaving: Rigid heddle krokbragd Felted Flowers Ayana in purple silk, wool & mohair Blue-green merino alternating patternjpg Striped cotton & merino Purple hand-dyed merino Green & blue mohair Yellow, white, and pink cotton & merinojpg First 8-shaft on loom Cotten, mohair, wool & novelty yarn Strickler 8-shaft pattern Jewel tone alpaca Alondra in handspun merino & silk Tami in orange hand-dyed merino Ultrafine merino Dutch medallions Dorothy in Cashmere and Merinojpg Paula in cotten & silk Orange silk & ultrafine merino Saori Amy in blue & green stripes Ayana in Silk and Alpaca Dawn in wool & alpaca Gallery, SlideshowWeaving I weave mostly on rigid heddle looms, often with 2-3 heddles. I recently purchased an 8-shaft table loom, but haven’t done much with it beyond sampling. No matter what medium I’m working in, color and texture are my main focus, and I love the contrasting look and feel of silk and mohair, or soft merino and knotted rag. In weaving, like everything else, I’m always looking for something new to try, but my color palette is consistent with my work in other media. When I weave, I’m usually thinking of a friend or family member who would enjoy the colors and textures I’m mixing and creating. I love collecting photos of friend wearing my work.