weaving, sewing, spinning, dyeing and fiber activities at Saori Santa Cruz fiber arts studio
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Saori looms and peaceful weaving
I had the pleasure to meet Tracy yesterday. she had taken a Saori class from Terri Bibby in British Columbia. Tracy wove using some of her own saori silk, and her own hand spun yarns and now wants to have a new saori loom some day she brought her first Saori weavings for me to see.. She and I talked and shared life stories, and she tried out saori looms. She espically loved the saori wx60 A full size folding loom wx60 with a weaving width just shy of 24" .
she brought her lovely previous weavings to show me, and we discussed ideas on how to display/hang them.
A LESSON ON THREE COLOR CLASPED WEFT.
Tracie was heading up to the east bay to see her mothers good friend and wanted to stop by to see Saori Santa Cruz, try out Saori looms and to go see the beautiful UCSC campus.
we felt very peaceful while weaving, why? Because with Saori philosophy you make no mistakes it is an all encompassing accepting experience.
She defiantly understood and learned 3 color clasped before she left.
Peaceful joyful weaving Tracy.
peaceful spinning and weaving in the redwoods
Jill Nickolene my Etsy shop