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Friday, February 27, 2015

Woodland Weaving ...

A little "V" shaped branch, some yarn and twine and an afternoon of lovely, meditative weaving was happening yesterday. 
I am thinking of doing a few using different sized found branches and creating a little wall in Sparrow Studio of branch weavings ♥
Can not wait to get a loom now!!
I think I've found a new hobby :-)
 
~Have a wonderful weekend~
♥d


10 comments:

June said...

Well Deb, I know you will make an art of it for sure. You are wonderfully talented! This little weaving is a treasure. I also loved the newest painting you shared in your post before. Now, when I think of you I will think of you with a paintbrush in your teeth and yarn and twigs in your hands :)
much love to you!

Country Gal said...

All looks so pretty I love going for walks in the woods collecting stuff like this to . Oh I follow a wonderful blogger who does weaving with a loom as a business . You would enjoy her posts and photos of her weaving studio . Hillary at http://crazyasaloom.blogspot.ca/ . Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

Julie Marie said...

Love it Deb!... I want to make one... what kind of a loom are you getting?... I think I need one too!... xoxo... Julie Marie

Seawashed Living said...

It is so lovely. A wonderful new activity to pursue that would fit so well in your shop!

Heather @ my little red suitcase said...

I love this idea, my son used to make these at his kindigarten! lovely use of natural materials, enjoy! X

Deb said...

hello june ~ thank you ♥ I had a huge smile on my face when I read how you think of me ...not far off :-)xoxo

Deb said...

thank you Elaine~ love woodland gathering ♥ will visit your friends weaving blog ~ thank you.

Deb said...

thank you Julie marie ♥ have sent an email with all the info :-)

Deb said...

thank you Kerrie ~ I am so enjoying it ♥

Deb said...

Hi Heather ~ how lovely ... I plan on making up a little cardboard loom for my 4 year old grandson who loves to craft along side me :-)