Saturday, November 22, 2008


Posted by Peg in South Carolina

What Connie has done is just too fantastic not to be put first in this list:
Extreme Makeover, Textile Edition... -- Connie Rose Textile Design

I have put this post second because of the marvelous tip it contains:
Weaving Supplies from the Stationary Store -- Wooly Stuff

Organizing Your Work -- Linda's Fiber Weblog
Three Sample Wefts -- Weaverly
So, How's the New Loom Going? -- WeaveGeek
Center Pull Ball Scarves -- Willington Weaver
The loom is looking at me from the corner of the room -- Magic Warp
A Few More Samples -- T'katch

This post is for those who may have been following my recent posts on warping:
    Dra pa en varp (Google translates as "Pull on a Warp") –        KDesinspirationsblogg

Repp Weave Repeated -- Dust Bunnies Under My Loom 
The Sampling Instinct -- t'katch
Double Cloth Sample and Intro to Final Project -- Threaded Letters
    (Thanks to Cally for the link to this weaver!)
Treadles -- Dot's Fibre to Fabric
This 'n That – Thrums

What happens when you full a piece:
New England Highland Plaid -- The Weaving Studio

Good Quality Weaving Tools, at Affordable Prices -- Knitting in August
Learning Ikat Technique -- Leigh's Fiber Journal

Here begins the first of a series of posts on Sandra’s latest series—the painted warp water series:
Threading and Dyeing -- Sandra's Loom Blog

Gauge -- Weaving a Life (Laura Fry)
More Pretty Pics -- Tien's Blog
Waulking the Wool with Slighe nan Gaidheal -- Renee Weaves

Weaving with conductive thread from The Twisted Warp:
What Would You Suggest? 
Clasped Wefts with LED's--Advice Please 
Baby Blanket -- The Open Shed
Ashford Loomies Challenge -- Knitting and Chocolate
Teknik-grubbel ("Technology--brooding about" according to Google Translate) -- KDes inspirationsblog
Slowly but Surely -- Weaving Spirit
The Caribbe Scarf, Part II -- The Weaving Studio
En zo meer  (Google translates as "And as more...." ) -- Atelier 44
Another Glimpse of Water Series #1, and the Beginning of #2 -- Sandra's Loom Blog

This is a post by a fiber artist, a quilter, and I include it because the concept of framing any kind of fiber art bothers me, but maybe it shouldn't?
You've Been Framed – Artmixter

"Recent Posts from Other Blogs" was written by Margaret Carpenter for Talking about Weaving and was originally posted on November 22, 2008. © 2008 Margaret Carpenter aka Peg in South Carolina


chocolatetrudi said...

Oh, my goodness! I've been linked to by Peg!

Thanks for your helpful comments, btw. I feel very new at weaving and am grateful for any advice. And I love these posts full of links that you do - I've founds so many fascinating blogs this way.

Connie Rose said...

Thanks for putting me at the top of the list, Peg!

Peg in South Carolina said...

Choclate trudi, I'm glad you enjoy the links.
Connie, that post really and truly deserved to be at the top!