Yarned by You: Weaving Gallery

by Lauria on January 23, 2013

This week I wanted to look at the weaving that people have done with JMF. I haven’t woven myself, but I an enamored of what other people create on their looms!

Blendab1 wove the following two scarves using JMF hand-dyed farm yarn.

 

Mababer wove this on her Harp loom. The gray yarn is Findley. I love the subtle, grounded color she created.

sheepyme wove this “Lady of Shawlette” using Findley. She wrote in her comments notes that it was a saved “project gone wrong.” Sounds like there’s a good story behind that!

My favorite piece of JMF yarn weaving is DebbiRYarn’s Henderson Tartan. It is just gorgeous! All but the green yarn is Findley.

Debbi had this to say about JMF yarn: “Zephyr has always been a weaver’s stand-by. It was a weaving yarn before it was a knitting yarn. However, I like the Findley as well or better for weaving.” She’s hoping that her boss Tammy, of Yarnivore in San Antonio, TX will carry some more colors. How about it, Tammy? Debbi said that she’d be weaving with more Findley and I want to see what else she creates!

There is a dearth of JMF weaving patterns on Ravelry! I would love to see more! So, what have YOU woven with JMF?

{ 7 comments }

1 Koni January 23, 2013 at 12:47 pm

Thanks for posting my shawl! I love findley!

2 maltese parakeet January 23, 2013 at 4:32 pm

wowza! such talented folks and such beautiful projects.

3 Blendab1 January 23, 2013 at 7:22 pm

Wow, You totally made my day with this! I was beyond shocked to see my two scarves!! I am smiling ear to ear!

I can’t wait till I have the skills of the other weavers, most amazing pieces.

4 woolies January 23, 2013 at 7:23 pm

Been wanting a loom for the longest time……beautiful work!

5 flarkin January 23, 2013 at 7:41 pm

AMAZING! That tartan piece is absolutely stunning.

6 Anna January 23, 2013 at 7:43 pm

Maybe this will push me to finally warp MY Findley! Or some of my other JMF yarns…..

7 Carla January 24, 2013 at 3:05 pm

Wow! These are beautiful and inspire me to learn how to use my new loom!

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