Thursday, July 17, 2008

LINKS TO RECENT POSTS FROM OTHER BLOGS

A WEAVING BLOGGER'S FIRST POST

I begin the list with the first post of a new weaving blogger. Already she knows just what to do.
Sampling -- Sampling

COLOR SAMPLING

Now to the other end, a very experienced weaver. This is a series of five posts by Alice Schlein (aka Weaverly) about her latest sample weaving project.
Sectional Warps in Five Colors
Rat's Nest
Ready to Weave
Blanket Under Way
Warp Tap Blanket Competed

MORE WEAVING POSTS

Reely Warped -- SpinningLiizzy's Weblog
Knitting Sighted -- Cyber Fiber Scriber
Waffle Weave -- Leigh's Fiber Journal
Summer Weaving Project at St. Mark's -- Weaving Spirit
Samples are my Friends -- Shuttle Pilot
Wide Warp -- Humming Hearts Ranch
Colour in the Rain -- t'katch
Festive Towel Exchange -- Unravelling
Picky -- Unravelling
Bergman Beginners -- The Straight of the Goods
On to the Next Design -- Sandra's Loom Blog
Cones, Knots, and Weaving -- Deep End of the Loom
Color and Weave on the Loom -- Renee Weaves!

Read these two and you will see why I paired them up.
Slightly Loomless -- Curious Weaver
Catching my Breath -- Fibres of Being

CONVERGENCE 2008

Those of us who did not go can just drool......
Convergence -- Part Two (Classes) -- Handwoven by Kristin Kelley

THE JOURNEY

Some interesting ideas on the artist's (and weaver's) journey
Shifting Gears: Trust the Spiral -- Textile Arts Resource Guide

COLOR

COLOURlovers -- Lines and Colors

BLOGGING

Totally off topic but for those of us who read and/or write blogs (or are thinking about starting a blog), this is an interesting essay on the importance of blogging. Certainly the growth of a weaving blogging group has created an important community for me. I value it greatly and am delighted to see it growing.

And When I Die
-- As Time Goes By

© 2008

2 comments:

Meg in Nelson said...

Thank you, Peg, for including Jane's piece on sampling. I found it a while ago and gazed at the picture, but never read it and was going batty looking for it this week.

In fact, thanks for all your recaps!

Peg in South Carolina said...

You're welcome, Meg.