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When I was in my early twenties and looking for a creative outlet, I took up spinning. I enjoyed it immensely but after a year or two I had an enormous stash of handspun yarns and . . . nothing to do with them. I didn't knit or crochet or do anything involving yarn. Eventually I took a weaving class just so I could justify continuing to spin. After the first class it was all over for me; weaving was officially the path my life had been waiting to take.

Over the years I've learned to knit and crochet and I continue to spin but weaving has remained my true love. I wake up every morning and think, "I get to go to work today!"

I have over 20 years experience creating usable and wearable works of art. My studio is located in the North Beach area of the Victorian seaport of Port Townsend, Washington, where a visitor can watch the…

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  • Female
  • Born on July 27
  • Joined June 20, 2008

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Cotton, wool, silk, hemp, rayon, and linen

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When I was in my early twenties and looking for a creative outlet, I took up spinning. I enjoyed it immensely but after a year or two I had an enormous stash of handspun yarns and . . . nothing to do with them. I didn't knit or crochet or do anything involving yarn. Eventually I took a weaving class just so I could justify continuing to spin. After the first class it was all over for me; weaving was officially the path my life had been waiting to take.

Over the years I've learned to knit and crochet and I continue to spin but weaving has remained my true love. I wake up every morning and think, "I get to go to work today!"

I have over 20 years experience creating usable and wearable works of art. My studio is located in the North Beach area of the Victorian seaport of Port Townsend, Washington, where a visitor can watch the transformation of fiber to fabric. While spinning, dyeing, and weaving all take place at the studio, my emphasis is primarily on weaving and the exploration of color.

I can be found most Saturdays, April through October, at the Port Townsend Farmers Market spinning specialty yarns. My garments and textiles for the home can be found at galleries and fine boutiques around the country. I live within sight of the Straits of Juan de Fuca with my husband and numerous offspring.

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