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Re: Ingrid Boesel

margcoe
 

Sharon

Bob is doing fine though doubtless has a lot to deal with emotionally as well as from an organizational view.

Marg

Marg Coe
www.e-weave-online.thinkific.com


Re: Ingrid Boesel

Giovanna Imperia
 

I am so sorry to hear this sad news. ingrid was a wonderful person, kind and very generous with her knowledge. She will be missed greatly. Giovanna


Re: Ingrid Boesel

Sharon Alderman
 

I am sorry to hear this.  When she and her husband lived in Ontario, I stayed with them while teaching there.
I liked her a lot.
Does anyone know how her husband is?
Sharon


Re: Sally Fox Vreseis Cotton

Amy N
 

Yes, Robin is correct.  And I have purchased from her since she got back on the farm after evacuating.

Amy


---In WeaveTech@..., <robin@...> wrote :

Yes, she is. She evacuated from one of the big fires—I think it was this year—but her place didn’t burn. Here is her website: http://www.vreseis.com . You can also read more about her at the Fibershed website.
Robin Lynde
Vacaville, CA
robin@...
www.meridianjacobs.com
My blog: http://meridianjacobs.wordpress.com
Rusty's blog: http://meridianrusty.wordpress.com


On Dec 15, 2018, at 4:31 AM, Mary Underwood amoscorey@... [WeaveTech] <WeaveTech@...> wrote:

Does anyone know if Sally Fox’s company, Vreseis, is still in business? The Santa Rosa fire last year came very close to her farm. I haven’t been able to contact her. Thanks for any information.

Mary Underwood



Re: Ingrid Boesel

Diane Rabinowitz
 

So sorry to hear. Prayers to her family.
Diane


Ingrid Boesel

alaskajean1
 

Hi,
I never met Ingrid, but she was always so helpful by phone or e-mail whenever I had a question about or problem using Fiberworks PCW.  Thanks for letting everyone know.
Jean Bartos


Re: Sally Fox Vreseis Cotton

Robin
 

Yes, she is. She evacuated from one of the big fires—I think it was this year—but her place didn’t burn. Here is her website: http://www.vreseis.com . You can also read more about her at the Fibershed website.
Robin Lynde
Vacaville, CA
robin@...
www.meridianjacobs.com
My blog: http://meridianjacobs.wordpress.com
Rusty's blog: http://meridianrusty.wordpress.com


On Dec 15, 2018, at 4:31 AM, Mary Underwood amoscorey@... [WeaveTech] <WeaveTech@...> wrote:

Does anyone know if Sally Fox’s company, Vreseis, is still in business? The Santa Rosa fire last year came very close to her farm. I haven’t been able to contact her. Thanks for any information.

Mary Underwood



Velvet weaving in Venice

Eileen Driscoll
 


Re: Ingrid Boesel

Sara von Tresckow
 

Sad to hear, thanks for the update.

Sara von Tresckow, Fond du Lac, WI
sarav@...
Author of “When a Single Harness Simply Isn’t Enough”
http://www.woolgatherers.com Dutch Master Loom/Spinning Chairs/Öxabäck
Looms, visit us in Fond du Lac or contact us about your weaving/spinning
needs


Re: Ingrid Boesel

Denise
 

I do remember a lecture to our Guild sometime in the early 2000. I was still relatively new to weaving and I was stunned to see her work and learn of this mysterious new weaving program she and her husband had created. What a contribution she made! Thanks, Marg, for letting us know.


Re: Ingrid Boesel

mncwvr
 

I very much enjoyed my interactions with Ingrid over the years, as I know many, many others did as well. She was a kind soul. Her contributions to our weaving community are immeasurable. She is at peace now.

Harriette


Sally Fox Vreseis Cotton

Mary Underwood
 

Does anyone know if Sally Fox’s company, Vreseis, is still in business? The Santa Rosa fire last year came very close to her farm. I haven’t been able to contact her. Thanks for any information.

Mary Underwood


Re: Ingrid Boesel

Jane Orr Drevo
 

So sorry to hear about Ingrid. Thanks for letting us know

Sent from Loom room
Perry Drevo
301 520 4967


Re: Ingrid Boesel

good2weave@...
 

Such very sad news about Ingrid.

I have such good memories of the workshop I took with her here in the UK in 2007 - a brilliant teacher - I learnt so much.

Lesley



---In WeaveTech@..., <margcoe@...> wrote :

It is with great sadness I report that Ingrid died at 5 am today. It was not unexpected.

Ingrid’s contributions to weaving, and to complex weaving in particular are incalculable. We will long remember her.

Marg Coe
www.e-weave-online.thinkific.com


Re: Ingrid Boesel

Agnes Hauptli
 

Very sad news indeed, she was a treasure, full of knowledge that she shared widely. Have got fond memories of her

Agnes 


On Sat, Dec 15, 2018 at 9:12 AM Sandra Rude sandra@... [WeaveTech] <WeaveTech@...> wrote:
 

So sorry to hear it. Ingrid was a kind and generous soul, always willing
to share her knowledge and expertise with others.

On 12/14/2018 11:44 AM, 'margcoe@...' margcoe@...
[WeaveTech] wrote:
> It is with great sadness I report that Ingrid died at 5 am today. It was not unexpected.
>
> Ingrid’s contributions to weaving, and to complex weaving in particular are incalculable. We will long remember her.
>
> Marg Coe
> www.e-weave-online.thinkific.com
>
>


Re: Ingrid Boesel

sandrarude
 

So sorry to hear it. Ingrid was a kind and generous soul, always willing to share her knowledge and expertise with others.

On 12/14/2018 11:44 AM, 'margcoe@...' margcoe@... [WeaveTech] wrote:
It is with great sadness I report that Ingrid died at 5 am today. It was not unexpected.

Ingrid’s contributions to weaving, and to complex weaving in particular are incalculable. We will long remember her.

Marg Coe
www.e-weave-online.thinkific.com


Ingrid Boesel

margcoe
 

It is with great sadness I report that Ingrid died at 5 am today. It was not unexpected.

Ingrid’s contributions to weaving, and to complex weaving in particular are incalculable. We will long remember her.

Marg Coe
www.e-weave-online.thinkific.com


Re: weaving with fine threads

Virginia
 

thanks for this info - Nothing to do with weaving but - I occasionally have to type in Spanish, Italian and other languages and that info helps - Virginia Glenn

On Dec 12, 2018, at 8:19 AM, Deanna Johnson deannaj@... [WeaveTech] <WeaveTech@...> wrote:

When you are typing on a Mac, if you hold down the e, you’ll see a popup menu with accent options to select from.


Deanna

On Dec 12, 2018, at 7:05 AM, dkovn@... [WeaveTech] <WeaveTech@...> wrote:

Thanks, everyone, for a timely and valuable discussion about Echo, networks, and all. Terminology is important, as we know from the quote by Peter Collingwood at the bottom of this page! 


My question to the group: Turned Taquete (and I'll be damned if I can find an acute accent symbol for the e anywhere on my Mac) is now being called Jin and has been explained well by John Becker in his book, Pattern and Loom. However, I need a clarification here: The term "Jin" applies ONLY to Turned Taquete, correct? Or does Jin mean both Taquete and Turned Taquete?

Denise Kovnat





Re: weaving with fine threads

margcoe
 

Yes! Taqueté is taqueté.

Btw, the term “warp-faced compound” comes from Emery’s “The Primary Structures of Fabrics”. I agree that the setts we mostly use nowadays to weave Jin it’s more warp-dominant (or emphasis). 

On Dec 12, 2018, at 9:29 AM, dkovn@... [WeaveTech] <WeaveTech@...> wrote:

 

Marg, thanks for clarifying. So while we now use the name "Jin"for warp-faced compound tabby (and I like to think of it as warp-emphasis rather than warp-faced), do we continue to call Taqueté just -- Taqueté?


Denise


Re: weaving with fine threads

Denise
 

Marg, thanks for clarifying. So while we now use the name "Jin"for warp-faced compound tabby (and I like to think of it as warp-emphasis rather than warp-faced), do we continue to call Taqueté just -- Taqueté?

Denise

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