Musings about what I do with my natural, compost, and rust dyed fabrics, ribbons, and fibers.
the navajo loom and all its tools have special prayers and songs associated w/them. it was said that you took care of your loom along w/its tools like they were babies. if u took care of them they would take care of you, the same applies to your "tapitries" that too had a special signicance to the weaver and you just dont "fling them here and there". PLEASE take care of your loom and its tools!
My loom is resting up against my table, so I could photograph it. It is in desperate need of a stand. Right now it is living in the north end of my hallway undisturbed and well out of harms way. I keep all of my tools in an antique paper bucket that is specifically for my weaving tools as I like them a lot.I am currently in the process of creating spaces just for my looms, but it's very hard when you marry a man, whose first wife had passed away, and his house is completely occupied with her things. My possessions are not necessarily a first priority around here. But tha's changing as well.I clicked onto your blog link but it went nowhere.
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