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NorthMeeting Rm. Tippecanoe Arts Federation,
638 North St., Lafayette 9:15am Social Time, Meeting9:30am until noon


Next Meeting: Feb 17, 2017

Intro to Tablet/Card Weaving - Sue



Photos from the Jan, 20 2017 Meeting

Overview of meeting -WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Overview of meeting -WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017


Christine shows her recent home woven items. WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017



Christine also went for a five day course at Vavstuga in western MA. Here are the various items she wove there. WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Christine also went for a five day course at Vavstuga in western MA. Here are the various items she wove there. WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017



One of the dramatic items wove while at Vavstuga WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

One of the dramatic items woven while at Vavstuga WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017


Delightful piece by Linda WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Delightful piece by Linda WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017


Wanda admiring a lace scarf that Linda wove WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Wanda admiring a lace scarf that Linda wove WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017


Wanda showing her first item, ever. Look at those straight edges! WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Wanda showing her first item, ever. Look at those straight edges! WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017



Elaine showing her attractive shadow weave scarf WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Elaine showing her attractive shadow weave scarf WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017


Elaine also showing a sturdy bag made from salvage from a piece that wasn't up to her standards WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Elaine also showing a sturdy bag made from salvage from a piece that wasn't up to her standards WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017



Beginner weaver Emma shows several GREAT pieces that she wove on her Norwood... by watching YouTube videos! WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Beginning weaver Emma shows several GREAT pieces that she wove on her Norwood... by watching YouTube videos! WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017


Elaine admiring one of Emma's weavings WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Elaine admiring one of Emma's weavings WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017


Emma showing a variegated piece WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Emma showing a variegated piece WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017


Close-up of the unusual pattern that Emma incorporated WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Close-up of the unusual pattern that Emma incorporated WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017



Another scarf by Emma WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017


Beginning weaver Andrea wove two beautiful scarves, also shown in a close-up in the next photo WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Beginning weaver Andrea wove two beautiful scarves, also shown in a close-up in the next photo WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Andrea's scaves WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Close-up of Andrea's scarves WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017


Jan Y shows a boxed Chinese framed weaving WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Jan Y shows a boxed Chinese framed weaving WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017



Strap woven by Joni at the 2016 Feast WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017



Ryoko has been able to convert the "flame' finger-woven sash pattern into a 6-shaft loom-woven piece! WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017

Amazing... Ryoko has been able to convert the "flame' finger-woven sash pattern into a 6-shaft loom-woven piece! WWG @ TAF 1.20.2017





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