Author: Pam Howard, Resident Artist in Weaving

Dyeing to Weave a Scarf with Pam Howard, Weaving Resident at the Folk School

Dyeing to Weave a Scarf an apron, a shirt, a pillowcase a towel or what ever else we can come up with in this week dyeing and weaving class. Here are just a few photos of the colorful creations that have been made this week. The dye pots have been going full steam and now that our warps are dyed and are dried the sound of the shuttles are being heard in the weaving studio.

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Weaving and History

Last week has been a wonderful exploration into weaving history for me!  My dear friend and “weaving Mom,” Barbara Miller and I traveled to Berea College in Kentucky. We spent several long days looking through archives on early weaving programs at settlement schools in the Appalachian region.

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