9/10/18

Autum Blending, Spinning and Looming

Autumn is quickly becoming one of my favorite seasons!  Summer used to be!  I'm over Summer...whew, it's been such a long hot one!  During the last week of August I began sorting through fabric strip bins, yarn bins and roving bins pulling out Fall colors.  So, now I am definitely in the OverDoSue Fall Mode. 

I'm hoping for orders on the Autumn Boreal Rolags.  I spun and plied them as an example of how beautiful they work up into yarn.  I think the Spinners who are going to be my 'Guest Artists' for October's First Saturday at The Chicken Farm are going to love these fall colors.

How's this for screaming Autumn?  This LibbyLula Loomed Rag Rug Runner sold while it was still on the Loom.  When it was finished the buyer came right over and picked it up and promptly took it home and set up her Fall Ya'll table...take a look...
 
I think this might be a good time to repeat my Announcement for Ordering a Custom Made Runner!
These rugs are woven in an ancient technique called 'Twining'.
Made with cotton fabric strips that are braided across the loom warp.
 
Examples and Details for Custom Made Rugs

3 comments:

  1. lovely fall colors and great tablescape. I am happy for this hint of fall - slightly cooler, a breeze that actually feels like a breeze. And I love the colors. Aaah!

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  2. Pretty rugs. Glad you haven't washed away.

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  3. YOU are a clever and crafty gal, Sue!

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