Category Archives: Woven Words

Salt Lake Splendor

What an AMAZING workshop! I think it was my very best!

Everyone arrived with their horoscope warps on the loom and ready to go.
There were 15 students (my maximum), and what a great group of ladies!
Sadly I didn’t get good images of everyone at the loom (“good” is … Continue Reading…

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After Weaving Peace

I’ve been back home for almost a week. For the first few days, I draped the panels over fences.
Played dress-up

But most of all I have been looking, contemplating, and remembering all the wonderful moments captured in bands of color.
When I first began Weaving Peace, I thought I … Continue Reading…

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Weaving Peace in Arlee–next to last day

They were lining up to weave today—busy busy. Several folks ended up having to leave without getting a chance to weave.


I was so tired last night I didn’t post this until the morning of the last day. Here it is, the last morning. I am packing up my clothes … Continue Reading…

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Weaving Peace in Arlee–middle week 4

It’s hard to believe it is almost over—just 2 more weaving days to go.

A Whole Lot A Weavin’ Going On

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Weaving Peace in Arlee–beginning week 4

Week 4 began with an exciting array of new weavers adding their intention of Peace to banner #5


The latest language added today is French—PAIX


While outside the sanctuary of weaving, art and pastry— smoke from the fires transforms the day.

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Weaving Peace in Arlee–ending week three

Everything seems to been slowing down and speeding up at the same time. I recovered some images lost in my camera, and then I forgot to take pictures during the opening of the new show that opened on Saturday.
Here are just a few of the weavers that stopped by … Continue Reading…

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Weaving Peace in Arlee–day3–week 3–(although it is the morning of day 4)

No new weavers today, but here is what I wove.

I decided to weave the Salish word for Peace in the Medicine Wheel colors, but shift the colors around. Same colors, same numbers, different color sequence.


Different effect….

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Weaving Peace in Arlee–day 2, week 3, panel 4

Here is the Salish word for Peace woven in Medicine Wheel colors.

Oops, I forgot to show you my very favorite part of weaving…. cutting off the warp


And my second favorite part: getting the first glimpse at what has been woven.

And another favorite part is taking an arty … Continue Reading…

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Weaving Peace in Arlee–beginnings–week 3–new warp

Peace in Gaelic as given to me by Malcolm: Siochain (shee-uck-awn)
When I looked up Peace in other languages, I was surprised to find huge lists on various sites. I also discovered that each site has different spellings, so I decided to just used the languages and spellings that people … Continue Reading…

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Weaving Peace in Arlee–ending week two

No time for words, but you get the drift (grin). The week ended with a bang, and it will take a couple of post to fill in, but now I am racing off to begin week three.


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