January 27, 2019 at 6:37 pm #64216
I just saw Jane’s Map and there is no pin on Washington DC! I have been a member going on two years now and LOVE the structure, format and logic Jane so skillfully shares. I started out weaving on a rigid heddle loom 4 years ago and moved on to a table loom then bought a Louet Spring from Jane. Having a wonderful time exploring color, weave structures and design. Its a great hobby!January 26, 2019 at 12:09 pm #64131
I am Judi from the Eastern Shore of Maryland. My holiday/birthday present this year was a Baby Wolf 4 shaft loom to launch me into the world of floor looms. I have woven on a rigid heddle for a year or so. I am a newbie to weaving but having been playing with color and shape for awhile through other media. I am loving what I am learning here!January 16, 2019 at 9:52 pm #63175
I downloaded all the PDFs onto my iPad and have them in an app called GoodNotes. I created a guild notebook, and added all the PDFs into it. The super cool thing is that I’m able to make annotations straight onto the PDF handouts (i ❤️ my Apple Pencil!), as well as add my own pages of notes/sketches. The app I’m using also has great search function so I don’t have to page through to find what I’m looking for. It even recognizes my hand writing if I write legibly! And my notes are all in one place as well as up in the Cloud so that I can access them on my computer, my iPad, or on my phone—super bonus! I sound like an ad, but I’m not. 😊 I’ve been working on organization and trying to go paperless for the past few months, and this is just a great tool that has been working for me.January 16, 2019 at 3:36 pm #63155
I have printed everything and have placed all in binders. Also, have taken my own notes and typed, printed and inserted them with tabs. I know, I’m over organized. However, I don’t weave in winter while here in Mazatlan for 6 months. I make all copies here as it’s very inexpensive to do. I also plan projects and add them to the list of 50 or more that I’d like to make one day.
Jane mentioned an app. iweaveit , so I purchased it and have had tons of fun designing stuff. It is so cool. Of coarse I have all of Jane’s inspiration from her videos to feed on.January 16, 2019 at 11:22 am #63105
Hey everyone! I decided 2019 was the year to be technical and LEARN. Dig deep into my weaving and understand it… not just do it. So, here I am.
An aside note, has anyone gone so far as to print EVERYTHING. Like all the notes, and make a folder? Hello staples or office max?January 4, 2019 at 8:19 pm #61498
Hi Shiela, that’s my old neck of the woods and where my loom came from too! So nice to “meet” you here.January 3, 2019 at 8:21 pm #61228
Hi everyone! My name is Sheila and I live in Courtenay B.C., just a stone’s throw up Vancouver Island from Jane! I have been weaving for only 9 months. I was gifted a 4 shaft Woolhouse table loom (with stand and treadles) from my work team when I retired. BEST GIFT EVER! And then I gifted myself this on-line guild! ANOTHER BEST GIFT EVER!!January 3, 2019 at 5:57 pm #61199
My name is Jeanne and live a quiet valley in the quiet rural corner of eastern Connecticut. I am really impressed and enjoying this guild. Looking forward to absorbing and learning so much at a reasonable pace. I appreciate all the effort put into this. What a wonderful resource for all fiber enthusiasts!
I have been weaving for many years and guilds are not close by. I have small looms, table looms to a large LeClerc Colonial, counter balance looms and now an 8 shaft jack loom. Weaving is so diversified that thus far I have merely skimmed the surface and probably need a few lifetimes to accomplish all I wish to do. Presently, I cannot think of a better way to encourage my passion than through JST.January 3, 2019 at 1:55 pm #61140
My name is Lee and live in Ontario, Canada. I have just purchased a 1983 Leclerc 4 shaft loom. I am excited to learn how to weave on it! Finding Jane’s online guild has been amazing! I am trying to figure out how to upload my profile picture.
LeeDecember 19, 2018 at 2:03 pm #58945
Hi. My name is Chloé. I live in France and I produce wool and mohair by raising sheep and Angora goats. I spin dye knit crochet… And one day Somebody gives me a floor loom and I jump in this art! I love to weave so much since one year. I have learned so much here Thank youDecember 13, 2018 at 9:04 am #58041
Hello from Minnesota. I have completed the lst season and am into the 2nd season. Enjoying the lessons. Plan to come to Vancouver and visit your shop in June of 2019. Should be a great experience!December 10, 2018 at 4:21 pm #54439
I am responding to ursula from Germany. She says she weaves on an old Leclerc Artisat and is having trouble getting a good shed. I have exactly the same problem with the same loom …. I bought it second hand and after cleaning it up and refurbishing started weaving only to find that it is really hard to make a shed. it is almost like i have to ‘double-clutch”. Any help, comments?December 10, 2018 at 1:43 am #54188
Hi, my name is Ursula and I live in Germany. I am weaving for only two years and still have a lot to learn. I weave on an old Leclerc Artisat which has back hindge threadles and I’m allways fighting for a good shed. I’m looking forward to get some tipps.December 9, 2018 at 9:42 am #53959
Hi I’m Cheryl from Ontario Canada. I’ve just joined and I’m so excited to learn more about weaving. I have 3 floor looms, several spinning wheels and lots of wool and fibre, all things that I love. I have a little experience with weaving and I’m a OHS spinning certificate grad. (2009.) I’ve been watching Janes video’s non-stop the last few days and I’m so excited and learning so much already. Looking forward to a great year.December 8, 2018 at 9:50 pm #53704
Hello I am Jutta and live in Tasmania an Island south of mainland Australia.
I weave for 30 years still so much to learn. Jane gave me already a new outlook. I am so happy to joined the guild and have this opportunity. Thank you Jane
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