Nan and Kalyne Stick Weaving



Nan and Kalyne Weaving
Originally uploaded by NanLassiter.

The very first year we did CRF, there were two nannies associated with the mayor’s court. One of them taught us “dog ladies” how to do Stick Weaving which is a period appropriate craft. I refer to it now as my Portable Loom Addiction. In this very bad bad picture of me (I’m gonna get you, Debbie, for that one! Hehe) you can see me showing our greyhound groupie, Kalyne, how to get started. She has already succumbed to the addiction and had her first scarf done by Monday.

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  1. I love your dress! I want to go to the renn faire around here… but it\’s not til March.

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  2. I would have had my other one done today, if I wouldn\’t have had a headache.GRRRRR! You\’re talking about how bad you look? Look at me! Plus you\’re the one who uploaded it you big goof.Still have my headache. Day 2 1/2.

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  3. Mary Catherine still wears the scarf you made for her, but it\’s getting a bit well-loved! I love it when she wears it because it reminds me of you. 🙂

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  4. Hmmmm that might mean she needs a big girl scarf for Christmas this year…any colour suggestions?

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  5. Finished another scarf and am half-way done with another, which means I\’ll hopefully be able to get it done today. And I hope Rocket-Grace houndtobenamedlater will be there.

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  6. So back to MC\’s scarf…when do I get to see a picture of her in it??

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  7. ah – I will take one this weekend. I thought I sent you one before.. colours – anything really. she\’s very girly so pink would be very appropriate. 🙂

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  8. I just learned stick weaving as well. I posted a photo for you to see the four things I\’ve made so far on six sticks. Today I\’m going to make some canteen straps using 4 sticks, but first I have to finish the rainbow scarf in the photo. http://hypnokittyartstudios.blogspot.com/

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