Custom House Art Space Echuca

The Custom House Art Space in Echuca has an exhibition called “Drop the dogs”. Here are come pictures.

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Flower Theme

Many of my rugs have a flower theme. These rugs wore woven in 4 end block weave and are completely reversible.

Full view available with a click. Use back button to return to page. These rugs can be ordered.

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Tabby Rugs

All these rugs were woven using a method I call Tapestry Woven rugs.

The Loom is threaded at 3EPI meaning three warp ends to an inch.

The design is hand manipulated to give the desired effect.

Cool Directions

Weaving the Chevrons. Here is a close up of […]

Rug Sale

The following rugs are available. For size and price please use my contact form. Click image for full view.

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SOLD

SOLD

Red River

Red River REverse

Flight reverse side

Flight

Petunias

Formula One

SOLD

Many different designs

The term “tapestry crochet” was popularized by Dr. Carol Ventura, who has written several books about the technique. Her tapestry crochet website is also a valuable source of information. Carol has been an inspiration to me when I started making bags.

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Handwoven Rugs

Boulders on the 4 end draft Shaft Switching loom

The rugs pictured here are woven on large floor looms using shaft switching and producing very durable thick rugs. The warp is linen and the weft is New Zealand carpet wool. The shaft switching device attached to the loom allows for a greater […]