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Monthly Archives: June 2012

A Visit to Mirrix Manufacturing

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Mirrix’s manufacturing facility is located at Sunshine House, an amazing place that provides services and supported employment to Door County, Wisconsin residents with special needs and/or disabilities. Our amazing manager Sandy works with other fantastic Sunshine House employees to make every Mirrix
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A nifty way of storing your thread and yarn stash

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I love buying vintage crochet cotton at the thrift shop. It speaks to me of the hands that it has passed through, and the pleasure it has brought to other thread lovers. I like to use it in my weaving,
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Onto a good thing!

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The Mirrix had not been posted yet, so I suggested going to collect it from the affiliated London shop – The Hand Weavers Studio! David handed me my loom, and showed me a 12″ with a tapestry in progress. He
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Social Market for a Mirrix

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Today, June 1st, marks day one of our four month Social Market for a Mirrix Project. Congratulations to Noreen Crone-Findlay and Brenda Kigozi. Each participant was given a loom in exchange for blogging (as well as posting on social media,
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A quick and easy way to make string heddles for your Mirrix loom

Posted on by sherriwoodardcoffey / Posted in Tapestry Weaving, Uncategorized | Tagged | 2 Comments

At the beginning of May,  a ‘new-to-me’ loom , a large  Mirrix tapestry loom, arrived in my studio. (Courtesy of my son and daughter in law who picked her up in the city 4 hours away, that used to be
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