Weaving Room


In my previous entry, I mentioned spending quite a bit of time at TWIST in the weaving demonstration room. This was a room that was basically filled with, I believe, four looms, along with sewing machines and lots of fabrics and threads and all sorts of textile goodies. We spent quite a bit of time in this room, trying out the different looms and chatting up the lovely women there. I love photographing looms because there’s just so many lines and angles to them I always find a new aesthetic perspective on a loom if I move around it enough. Now is also a good time to mention that I got a new lens for my camera this summer, it’s taken me a while to get used to it but I’m loving the time I’m getting to spend with it.

One thing’s for sure, being here and seeing some…

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