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Monthly Archives: June 2010

‘Weighted Warps’ with a Mirrix Loom

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I have recently purchased a Mirrix Loom with much anticipation to use a well crafted, assembled loom which can handle some unique techniques I have been perfecting. One of these techniques is called the ‘Weighted Warp Method’. This method allows
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Weaving and dyeing

Posted on by Addismax / Posted in Social Market for a Mirrix: Sherri Woodard Coffey, Tapestry Weaving, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

In this picture, strips of index cards are holding the spaces that will not be woven. This really does not work very well, so I am going to try cutting a couple of pieces of cardboard to hold the space.
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Cartoons

Posted on by Addismax / Posted in Social Market for a Mirrix: Sherri Woodard Coffey, Tapestry Weaving, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

On my large loom where most of my work is done, I don’t usually use a cartoon. Everything is drawn to scale on graph paper, and I work from that. I also mark lines and shapes with a Sharpee, as
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One A Day Bracelets

Posted on by Bryan Riley / Posted in Bead Weaving, Social Market for a Mirrix: Christina Neit, Uncategorized | 3 Comments

I have finished 3 days of loomed bracelets for my One-A-Day challenge. I am playing with colors and patterns. It is taking most of the time to replace the bead charts with beads I actually have instead of buying more,
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A break

Posted on by Addismax / Posted in Social Market for a Mirrix: Sherri Woodard Coffey, Tapestry Weaving, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

I have small houseguests for the rest of the week, so will be taking a small weaving break. Instead I will be doing things like finding cardboard to make Ancient Greek props, going to the pool, seeing kids’ movies (who
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Working Small

Posted on by Addismax / Posted in Social Market for a Mirrix: Sherri Woodard Coffey, Tapestry Weaving, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Peruvian Mask, hand-dyed wool tapestry, 47 x 79.5 inches I’m a rug weaver. Or at least, that’s what I started out weaving, but nobody will put them on the floor. And rugs are big—at least 36 x 60 inches. So
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Instructions to make the Tapestry Cuff

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Materials: Brass Cuff:  1 1/4 inches wide Ultra Suede:  slightly bigger piece than cuff C-Lon cord (medium weight) for warp C-Lon thread for weaving beads Silk yarn (I dyed my own) Delica beads in a few different colors 15/0 seed
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