Some of you may know already, but every year the school where I’m studying hand-weaving holds an open door (I hope that’s a correct translation). It’s in Ghent, Belgium and it’ll be this weekend (I know, short notice, sorry).
I’ll be there mostly dyeing wool (cleaned fleece or maybe roving, maybe combed top, we’ll see how much I get done) and cotton (warp), I’ll be “printing” on weft. So there’ll be loads of stuff to see. There are really beautiful things to see on the looms of my fellow students. It is going to be amazing.
So tomorrow, I will start preparing all of my dyeing adventures for the weekend! I’m really excited about this. I’ve got loads of other things to show you as well, but that will probably have to wait until after this weekend. Unless, by magic, I have loads of spare time tomorrow (I don’t think so).
You can find all of the information here: