Belgian spring

My flight to Belgium stopped over in Montreal. They were having a snowstorm, and I worried that the plane would not be able to take off. Not to worry, we arrived on time in Brussels.

The trees are budding here.

The trees are budding here.

I taught two sprang workshops in Sint-Job-in-‘t-Goor.┬áSome of the participants had taken my finger weaving workshop last fall. They brought items they had made to show me.

A lovely neck scarf

A lovely neck scarf

Three-dimensional weaving, a finger woven necklace by Frieda Sorber

Three-dimensional weaving, a finger woven necklace by Frieda Sorber

I led two sprang workshops.

Sprang workshop, organised by Ina.

Sprang workshop, organised by Ina.

We explored the flat warp technique.

We explored the flat warp technique.

A big thank you to Ina Verhulst for organising these workshops.

I also met with the textile group called Metamorphose. They explored finger weaving.

The group called 'Metamorphose' explores finger weaving.

The group called ‘Metamorphose’ explores finger weaving.

 

Success with the sawtooth pattern

Success with the sawtooth pattern

 

Some very creative weavers in the group.

Some very creative weavers in the group.

 

 

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