During my week in NYC this year, I decided to haul around my billedvev and weave in the ends. You can see progress during a
The tapestry below, from the collection of the Nasjonalmuseet in Oslo (full record here), was woven in 1739. There are so many details to study.
When I finish a weaving, there are always aspects of the work that I like, and those that remain annoying. On this one, I’m not
As I teach workshops and give lectures about Norwegian billedvev, I look at many medieval pieces over and over. I keep seeing new things–motifs, horse
The face is done–phew!–and the hair is OK. Some of you may remember that I made a small sample for this tapestry, some years ago.
The annual member show at the Textile Center of Minnesota is always amazing, and this year it is particularly large, 120 entries. The opening is