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  • in reply to: Thoughts on 10.7 – Season 1 Finale #157168
    Sue
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      Thanks so much Jane and all the other people you mention in the credits. It’s been a brilliant year. Couldn’t do without your monthly videos. Love the way I can pick out just what I need from them with the help of Ginette’s index.
      Really looking forward to next year. Hope you all have a great holiday break.

      in reply to: JST Online Guild Index – episodes 1 through 7 #33623
      Sue
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        That’s great. Thanks Ginette. So much easier to have it all on one page.

        The difference in our timing means that it comes as a sweetener and I have to wait very patiently all day for the next episode to arrive.  Looking forward to the ‘ Jane ‘ piece . This table loom is all I have room for as I live in a 19th century weaver’s cottage in UK.

        in reply to: Episode 4: Tell us what you think. #31168
        Sue
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          I so agree with Jill’s comment on this episode. A game changer that opens so many doors. Really looking forward to setting up a warp for samples, tho I think I’ll watch the videos a couple more times before I do. I am beginning to feel so much more self confidence with the build up of Jane’s teaching. Brilliant!

          in reply to: Hi Kids :^) #30077
          Sue
          Participant

            Welcome home Jane. Looking forward to hearing about your trip. And much appreciting all the advice in episode 2
            So glad to hear that we will be looking at tying-up. It’s sometimes difficult to understand. Only just getting my head around the difference between counterbalance and countermarch. I’ve always relied too much on a universal tie-up. I’ll have a look on your helpline as I don’t want to wish away the summer!

            in reply to: Look where we all live & Introductions #29297
            Sue
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              Hi, I’m Sue from Somerset UK.  I like the idea of these introductions, I hope more add their names over time. It certainly helps those of us from a bit farther away to feel more a part of this exciting project.

              I started weaving about 4 years ago after I moved to Somerset. I met some weavers at a local craft fair and the spell was cast. I’m now a member of our local guild and we’re lucky to have good resources and the space to use them. We learn from each other and some attend National Summer School. I still feel  I’m a relative beginner so I look forward to gaining confidence and different ideas from Jane’s teaching. My daughter and family live in Vancouver and I hope to visit in the summer.

               

               

               

               

               

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