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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!

Thursday, March 25, 2010

We are giving away a couple of looms to bloggers


Mirrix Tapestry and Bead Looms "Social Network For a Mirrix" will be launched in late April. For now, we are accepting applications for participants. You will get a FREE Mirrix 12" "Little Guy" Loom worth $230 in exchange for blogging, taking pictures, making videos and simply sharing with the online world your experience using the loom. If you have ANY questions, ask here or email me (Elena Zuyok, Marketing Director) at elena@mirrixlooms.com.

The application can be found here:
http://www.mirrixlooms.com/marketing.html

New bracelet cuff

Coming soon:  cuff bracelet kit.  Comes with lovely pastel delica beads, thread, ultra-suede and a brass cuff . . . everything you need to make this lovely bracelet.

Facebook

Please join our facebook group and keep in touch with what's happening here at Mirrix!

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mirrix-Tapestry-and-Bead-Looms/10050933185?ref=ts

Friday, March 12, 2010

Podcast to come

I had the honor of being interviewed by Syne Mitchell.  The podcast will be available in a couple of months on:  http://www.weavezine.com/

One of my students had suggested we contact Syne since we were going to be within an hour or so of where she lives.  So we did.  She came to my brother's house in Edmonds, Washington to interview me.  It was a lot of fun.


Mirrix Workshop in Edmonds Washington

Back from Edmonds Washington where we held a Mirrix Workshop at Semantics gallery.  Nothing like being surrounded by gorgeous artwork for inspiration!

That's me below fixing something.


My brother modeling with a couple of Mirrix Looms




Claudia teaching.



Concentration.  Concentration.  Concentration.


Someone is smiling!



That's Larry in the doorway. He owns Semantics Gallery: www.semanticsartgallery.com


Why is Debbie smiling?  Because she's looking at all those woven rows of beads.   Success!


Claudia:  bird's eye view!