Weaving Gallery

What can freestyle weaving look like? 

These are some of the pieces I’ve woven over the last four years. My beauties vary. So will yours.

Weave your joy. 

Caron Big Cake in neutrals and gold, inlayed with sari-silk thread yarn, 2017.

Caron Big Cake in neutrals and gold, inlayed with sari-silk thread yarn, 2017.

Fall colors, spring 2018.

Fall colors, spring 2018.

Exhibition weaving, fall 2017.

Exhibition weaving, fall 2017.

The start of a jewel-toned piece, spring 2018.

The start of a jewel-toned piece, spring 2018.

Upcycled t-shirt hats with SAORI weaving reverse-inlaid, spring 2018

Upcycled t-shirt hats with SAORI weaving reverse-inlaid, spring 2018

Moebius scarf, 2016.

Moebius scarf, 2016.

Part of a longer piece done in honor of my late mother and a friend who had just died, October 2017.

Part of a longer piece done in honor of my late mother and a friend who had just died, October 2017.

Part of a longer piece of nature-inspired tapestry weaving done on a self-wound warp and given to my late father, 2016.

Part of a longer piece of nature-inspired tapestry weaving done on a self-wound warp and given to my late father, 2016.

Guitar strap woven for a friend and conductor, 2018.

Guitar strap woven for a friend and conductor, 2018.

Classic Qian jewel-tones weaving across the back porch of my cottage at  Saori Salt Spring , June 2017.

Classic Qian jewel-tones weaving across the back porch of my cottage at Saori Salt Spring, June 2017.

Depression piece (black to white across shades of grey interspersed with sari-silk thread yarn) and Pride-rainbow cool cross, draped over the warping board at  Saori Salt Spring , June 2017

Depression piece (black to white across shades of grey interspersed with sari-silk thread yarn) and Pride-rainbow cool cross, draped over the warping board at Saori Salt Spring, June 2017

Pride rainbow through a mottled lens, 2017.

Pride rainbow through a mottled lens, 2017.