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Re: Sale of Sandra Rude's Yarn Collection

Susan Lee-Bechtold
 

Can I get two cones of the 295, 30/2 dark cherry?-Su lee-Bechtold

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Subject: [weavetech] Sale of Sandra Rude's Yarn Collection

I have completed the processing of my wife Sandra Rude's extensive yarn stash. The proceeds of the sale will go to the Sandra Rude Memorial Fund for Advanced Learning at Complex Weavers.

Please look through the listing and let me know if you'd like to purchase any of the yarn lots.

Thanks,

Mike

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Mike Rude
Three Springs Handworks
3springshandworks.com/Textiles.htm


Sale of Sandra Rude's Yarn Collection

sandrarude
 

I have completed the processing of my wife Sandra Rude's extensive yarn
stash. The proceeds of the sale will go to the Sandra Rude Memorial Fund
for Advanced Learning at Complex Weavers.

Please look through the listing and let me know if you'd like to
purchase any of the yarn lots.

Thanks,

Mike

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Mike Rude
Three Springs Handworks
3springshandworks.com/Textiles.htm


Re: Paris bistro chairs/ madweave sidebar

Sally O
 

Agreed!


SWISS PATRONIC 24”-24H LOOM FOR SALE

Denise Drake
 

Question: has anyone ever sold one. How  much would I ask for mine.

Denise Drake
ddrake@...
Denise Drake Interior Design
4976 Avery Ln S
Fargo ND 58104
T 701 235 8803   M 701 866 2130  

On Sep 28, 2020, at 2:54 PM, Denise Drake via groups.io <ddrake@...> wrote:

I had one of these looms.  They are awesome.  I sold mine to a Nun at Sisters of St. Benedict.  I miss it, but I wanted a Swiss ARM loom.


On Sep 28, 2020, at 2:35 PM, Barb Gallagher <weaving@...> wrote:

J-Made Loom, 60", up to 12 Shafts. Beautiful loom in great condition. Loom comes with 12 shafts (but all don't need to be installed)
Includes:
* 4 SS reeds and a raddle
*a standard and also a sectional warp beam - 2 beams can be used simultaneously
*a bench
*Worm gears for front and both back beams
*treadle lock
Loom is in my studio - works great, just needing to make room for a different loom!
View and pickup in Dover Indiana.............absolutely no shipping!
I am in southeastern Indiana - part of Greater Cincinnati
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Re: J-Made 60", 12 shaft loom for sale #weaving #12shaftloom

Denise Drake
 

I had one of these looms.  They are awesome.  I sold mine to a Nun at Sisters of St. Benedict.  I miss it, but I wanted a Swiss ARM loom.


On Sep 28, 2020, at 2:35 PM, Barb Gallagher <weaving@...> wrote:

J-Made Loom, 60", up to 12 Shafts. Beautiful loom in great condition. Loom comes with 12 shafts (but all don't need to be installed)
Includes:
* 4 SS reeds and a raddle
*a standard and also a sectional warp beam - 2 beams can be used simultaneously
*a bench
*Worm gears for front and both back beams
*treadle lock
Loom is in my studio - works great, just needing to make room for a different loom!
View and pickup in Dover Indiana.............absolutely no shipping!
I am in southeastern Indiana - part of Greater Cincinnati
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Denise Drake


J-Made 60", 12 shaft loom for sale #weaving #12shaftloom

Barb Gallagher
 

J-Made Loom, 60", up to 12 Shafts. Beautiful loom in great condition. Loom comes with 12 shafts (but all don't need to be installed)
Includes:
* 4 SS reeds and a raddle
*a standard and also a sectional warp beam - 2 beams can be used simultaneously
*a bench
*Worm gears for front and both back beams
*treadle lock
Loom is in my studio - works great, just needing to make room for a different loom!
View and pickup in Dover Indiana.............absolutely no shipping!
I am in southeastern Indiana - part of Greater Cincinnati


Re: Kyra loom #weaving

msthimble1
 

http://taylorhicks.ning.com/photo/albums/kyra-loom-manual    you can download the manual or read online


Re: Paris bistro chairs/ madweave sidebar

sallyeyring
 

Thanks for the references, Jayne!

Visit me at:  sallyeyring.com


Re: Kyra loom #weaving

Pat Bullen
 

I didn't know he made a 12 shaft loom.  Kyra is the name of his daughter. His cherry 8 shaft was my first loom - I have since sold it to a student.  I have one of his table looms with attached folding legs.  I would love to have one of his "suitcase" table looms - a table loom that folds into a small, portable, suitcase-like box.  I first saw his loom at a weaving store in Dublin Ohio.  When I had the money I called and ordered a 48" 8H cherry loom (all his looms are cherry).  He delivered it personally from NY to Hilliard OH.  It was designed to fit through a standard door - just barely.  No assembly required.  It was pegged and glued and designed to fold up to fit through a door.  I don't remember getting a manual.  This was around 1978 ....  As I have gotten older, treadling the loom became an issue.  The harnesses are very heavy.  Lifting 4 or more at a time became an issue.  That's why I sold it to someone with better legs/hips than mine. Part of me still wishes I had the loom since it was my first ....


Re: Kyra loom #weaving

Subu
 

You can write to Janet Meany, who runs the Loom Manual Library….she might have a copy….  Jmeany@...

 

Su Butler 😊

 


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Kyra loom #weaving

harrietbu1949@...
 

I just bought a 12 shaft, 48", 14 treadle Kyra floor loom.
It came in pieces. I would appreciate any detailed photographs of kyra looms. Is there such a thing as a manual? 
Thanks in advance 
Harriet Burris 


Re: Paris bistro chairs

Jayne F
 

Hi Karen,

Thanks for the great link!

There is a caner here in Portland Maine who is (or was) also a minister. His business is called “Able to Cane”  ;)

Jayne


Re: Paris bistro chairs/ madweave sidebar

Jayne F
 

Hi Sally and Sally,
Of course, you are technically correct about "triaxial" being 3 dimensional.
But in the world of weaving, the word was misappropriated to describe the 60 degree angles of hex weave, aka madweave.
You may know it as the weave seen in Shaker cheese baskets. Some references:
"Handweaving Triaxial Weaves with Braiding Techniques: Triaxial Braiding", David R Mooney, Ars Textrina, 3 (1985) pp 99-124
"Triaxial Weaving", Handwoven, Nov/Dec 1989, p 58-60 Explains Mooney's 60 degree interlacement using a floor loom to secure one axis.
Triaxial Weaves class, Elizabeth Lang, 2004 (she had a computer program and I thought she wrote a book)

"The Mad Weave Book: An Ancient Form of Triaxial Basket Weaving" Paperback – May 18, 2016   by Shereen LaPlantz (haven't seen this yet)
Jayne


Re: Paris bistro chairs

eileen_hallman
 

Respectfully disagree on the chair caning and madweave; it’s a deflected weft known as cannele, woven on a 4 shaft floor loom. It’s on p. 156 in my copy of Beriau as zig-zag. I wove it in a workshop with Virginia West some time in the last millennium.
Eileen
 


Re: Paris bistro chairs

Sally O
 

Thanks, Jayne.

You nailed the souce of my confusion. In some of the patterns I saw warp and weft, and then 2 additional diagonal elements that were interwoven at 45 degrees to the tradtional warp and weft. I forwarded the link to a basketmaker in my guild for her take on the patterns.

What I thought was interesting in some of the "Prestige" patterns was the use of doubled warps and wefts in contrast with a single very thin warp and weft, along with the clever use of color to highlight different aspects within the same structure.

Has anyone tried this on a shaft loom with non-stiff materials? (Is it even possible?)
Thanks again for the inspiration, Barbara!


Re: Paris bistro chairs

Karen Donde
 

For more exciting chair caning designs, check out the website of Silver River Chair Caning, where Brandy Clements and Dave Klinger restore chairs and operate a chair caning school in Asheville’s River Arts District. They do amazing work, and teach it!


Karen


Re: Paris bistro chairs

sallyeyring
 

I thought "triaxial" meant 3 axes, as in an x, y, and z axis, that is three dimensional.   I don't think it has to do with degrees in a triangle.


Re: Paris bistro chairs

Jayne F
 

It is chair caning, 90 and 45 degree angles.     It is not triaxial, which is all at 60 degree angles.


Re: Paris bistro chairs

Elisa Eiger
 

On Tue, Sep 22, 2020 at 10:37 AM, Sally O wrote:
What is the technique for the patterns that have diagonal elements
Mad weave (triaxial weave), typically used in basketry. See Sally Shore's monograph on ribbon weaving, or other books on pin/ribbon weaving.  (Or books on basketry or caning.)


Re: Paris bistro chairs

barbara walker
 

I think they are like chair caning.

 

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