Weaving is a fascinating craft with so many possibilities. I started by weaving tapestries on a frame and then moved
on to weaving rugs on a four shaft loom before becoming involved with fabric weaving.
19-20 and 23 -28 May: Oxfordshire Artweeks at Ardington School of Crafts
My work will be on display together with other tutors and I will be demonstrating on some of the days
25 September - 14 October. Exhibition of Jane and Stephen Pawlyn's Paintings and my weaving at the Vale and Downland Museum
2 - 4 November: Abingdon Craft Fair
A selection of my pictures is available at North Farm Gallery in the Isles of Scilly during the season
Visitors are also welcome to see my work at my home in Oxfordshire.
Contact me on 01235 833361
teach at my home in East Hendred , Oxfordshire
and at Ardington School of Crafts. See www.ardingtonschoolofcrafts.com.
Weaving Taster Day - Friday 6 Apr 2018
samples on Rigid Heddle and 4 shaft looms
faced sample. The
white warp is completely
covered by the weft
the white warp contributing to the design.
weft is going over two warp threads and under two)
Weave a Scene Wed 13 June 2018
Use a rigid heddle loom for quick results whilst learning some of the
techniques which can be used on a tapestry frame
Loom Weaving Workshop, Sat 27 and Sun 28 Oct 2018
Weave samples on 4 shaft and rigid heddle looms and learn how to put a warp on a loom.
There are plenty more patterns that can be woven on both looms if you have already
done the Taster Day.
My article Varying the twill was published in the Summer 2010 edition of the
Journal of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers .
You can also read a follow up article Point Twill and much more
A twill rug on my floor loom which I have recently woven for a friend
More about my weaving
Last updated 30/01/2018