Category Archives: Weaving

SAORI SELFIE elfie elfie


I recently had the opportunity to visit Saori Berkeley and actually sat down and wove for an hour or so. I love Saori Weaving! It is very freeing. The only thing I focused on while I wove was to NOT pay any attention to my edges. (so much discipline!)

Then
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A GRAND OPENING

I don’t have time to write anything, and I didn’t have time to take pictures of the show. Well, that’s not quite true. I took a few less than adequate images, so I will head over this week and take some acceptable pictures to show you. The Downtown Dance Collective … Continue Reading…

Hello From Gary


 Hey, remember me? This is Gary, the 48″ 8 harness Cherry Wood Fireside Loom, weaving to you in a charming retro-style.

 

Weaving with natural plant matter weft with a jute warp was popular back in the mid 20th century. Bonnie wove countless weed hangings back then.

 When she lived in … Continue Reading…

April’s Musings


 Where do I want to take Weaving Spirit?
Where does weaving spirit want to take me?

It would seem that I have stopped doing any interesting work, teaching, or service—but I am actually doing lots of all of it—so much so that blogging has become a chore—something that I never … Continue Reading…

Have Loom Will Travel

I can’t believe a whole month has flown by, but now that I am firmly in my 7th decade—time move much more quickly. I am thinking of new directions and themes (still in the thinking stage), but I intend to continue posting on a monthly basis—like a newsletter.

The Saori … Continue Reading…

WEAVING PEACE AT JEANETTE RANKEN PEACE CENTER

A VIRTUAL HOLIDAY GREETING



WOVEN PEACE IN 16 LANGUAGES

I was so excited about making this woven mosaic that I put it up on Facebook before I put it on the blog. I was already asked to explain what I mean by “peace in 16 languages”. It is so much easier to demonstrate, but … Continue Reading…

ANNOUNCING!


WEAVING PEACE WEAVING TOGETHER
First Friday December 7 through January 2
Butterfly Herbs , 232 N. Higgins Ave, Missoula
Bonnie Tarses presents the results of an Artist in Residence Program sponsored by the Killdeer Artisans Guild and the Hangin’ Art Gallery in Arlee. 
The Project: To weave a series of … Continue Reading…

Thanks to Fans

Well, I got rid of the dots, but the way new post box that I am writing in now is set up, I cannot add pictures. My blog is all about the images. I have spent far to much time trying to get back my old set up, to no … Continue Reading…

The End

I am not happy with the new look, and don’t know how to change it. So until I can figure out how to get my blog to resemble what it was before, consider this my last post.