Ready to Fly

Saying goodbye to my studio for a while always fills me with mixed feelings. Leaving projects unfinished assures that I will attempt to return.

Here is what’s on Grace. Perhaps I will know which colors I want to use for weft the next time I sit down to weave.

My little “Seeds of Hope” are ready to hop into the suitcase.

I’ll try to post while I am on the road.

All I really want to do right now is head over to Weavolution and form a group. I can’t imagine you haven’t been there, but it not…..well it’s what the weaving community has been hungry for.

This entry was posted in In the Studio, Recycled Cashmere, Woven Words.


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    Erin June 12, 2009 at 4:11 pm #

    I love seeing your looms, they are always full of gorgeous colors!

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    thingsido June 14, 2009 at 3:48 pm #

    Hello Bonnie! The studio looks wonderful! I hope you have a wonderful trip.

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    Anonymous June 15, 2009 at 1:30 pm #

    Bonnie, your studio is jam packed with colorful inspiration! Love the seeds of hope – I just know that they smell wonderful – lavender is such a soothing herb. Enjoy your trip, wish I lived in Asheville it would be a pleasure to have tea and conversation with you. Be safe on your journey.

    best wishes, Martha

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    Pam Howard June 23, 2009 at 9:16 pm #

    So Sorry to have missed you when you were in Brasstown. I was in Florida tending to a family medical emergency. I would have LOVED meeting you and talking to you. You have my home phone number just give me a call again and we can talk. Also the Seeds of Hope came at a real good time for me, thanks!
    Pam Howard, John C. campbell Folk School Resident Weaver