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Francestown, New Hampshire, United States
I am the owner of Mirrix Tapestry & Bead Looms (www.mirrixlooms.com) and an avid tapestry and bead weaver, among other things. Needless to say, I love my job!

Monday, August 2, 2010

New tapestry cuffs

Three new ones in medium size and small.  The ones on the left and bottom are silk, lots of woven beads and perle cotton with a little bit of novelty yarn.  The one on the right was woven on a closely spaced warp of perle cotton which shows.  The weft thread is a railroad ribbon yarn.


More shots of the three.  I love bracelet towers!


This is the tapestry cuff collection thus far.  I am shipping out most of them tomorrow.  They are going to land at Semantics gallery in Edmonds Washington (near Seattle) where I am teaching a workshop all day September 18th.  The cost is $155 and includes all the materials you need to make a tapestry cuff excluding a Mirrix Loom.  You can email me (claudia@mirrixlooms.com) or Elena (elena@mirrixlooms.com) for more information.  It's going to be a blast.  Maximum students will be eight and  it's filling up fast.  Don't you want to make one of these?

4 comments:

Robbie said...

Love the way you display your wonderful cuffs!! And I do love the cuffs as well!! So very nice!

Eva Maria Keiser said...

Fabulous texture, colors, and super presentation!

Annie MacHale said...

These are beautiful! Can I ask what makes them stiff? Is there something inside?

Elena C. Wilson said...

To answer Annie's question, they are attached to brass cuffs.