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Mormor9
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Sep 19, 2018
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I loved what you came up with. After reading this post, I am inspired to try weaving. When I was in Italy, I visited a place that taught people to weave. I would have to stay 6 months to learn everything. The tapestrys were very large but beautiful. I didn’t try it. I taught myself to sew, quilt, crochet, still working on knitting. I make landscape art quilts. It would be fun to add weaving!Mo#1
Sep 19, 2018
kristinaten
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Sep 24, 2018
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Yes, try it! I'd love to see what you make. That class in Italy sounds fascinating. When I visited Peru last year, I took a one-day weaving workshop from a school that also teaches more comprehensive, months-long classes. Would be great to study those traditional techniques for a longer period someday. They're infinitely more complex than the frame-loom weaving I do, which I found quite easy to pick up through a little bit of online reading and trial and error.
Sep 24, 2018
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