Let’s start, Penelope!

My warped loom (that was not so easy!). In the middle, the main project will soon appear. On the blue warp, exercices : I am taking an online class with Rebecca Mezzof, it will be my homework place. On the right, this narrow warp will be for samples : my project is too difficult for me, and I will have to test my solutions first.

Alice et Anita in progress

After all the preparatory work, thinking of it all, designing the project, choosin the colors, winding the bobbins, warping the loom, it’s a treat to start at last. I will try to do a little bit each day, and to post weekly about this work.

Le début de mon projet pour les prochains mois à venir, avec à gauche les exercices du cours que je suis ( Rebeccamezzof.com) et à droite les essais/erreurs pour la tapisserie du milieu.


“Life is short, we’re getting older” (Fred Astaire), and before it’s too late, I want to reconnect with what I always liked, and wanted to study and share: making textiles, textures and jewels. So here I am, and this blog will be a piece of the sharing part. I will try to post weekly, on what I do, but also on textiles I love, blogs I discover, books I read.

I bet I will struggle with technology, (it’s my first blog) and with English, which is not my mother tongue. I made the choice of English because the online weaving community is mostly English speaking .

We’ll see together how long this blog will last. Your comments will be appreciated.

Et pour vous, mes amis français, un résumé de tout ça : la vie est courte, et il y a des tas de choses que j’ai envie de faire et de partager, alors je me lance dans ce blog, on verra bien.

A special thought to my daughter