Friday, October 10, 2014

Weaving Tales . . .


Judy Robinson of Judy Robinson's Country Textiles will be joining us in 
November with her beautiful hand-wovens.  Judy calls her style of weaving "freehand",
therefore her colors, designs and sizes vary with each throw of the shuttle, yet each
rug, mat or piece of fabric has a traditional feel. 
Judy concentrates on her weaving.
Judy also hand weaves her own beautiful fabric which she then uses to 
create pincushions. These pincushions are often created using antique 
and found objects and are stuffed with wool from her own 
flock of Jacob sheep.
Judy's work is displayed at many juried shows and museums throughout
 the country and has been seen in countless magazines over the years including
Country Home, Country Living, Early American Life, Colonial Homes
 and others.


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