Fractured Mathematician III by Elizabeth Wood, 15″ x 9″ (without hanger), Churro wool

This piece is part of The Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

4-ply wool warp Churro Club yarn samples.

Notes on this piece…

Woven on a Beka tapestry loom.

“I loved the colored samples I received from the Churro Club and I decided to play around with shapes and colors. I teach mathematics and weave as hobby/relaxation. So out comes the Fractured Mathematician tapestry series.” -Elizabeth

You can find Elizabeth here…

Website: www.thewoodenlooms.com
Instagram: @the.wooden.looms
Facebook: The Wooden Looms

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Untitled by Michele Doblado Dixon, 43.75″ x 18″ (including fringe), Churro wool on wool warp

This piece is part of The Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

Warp- Weaving Southwest charcoal 2-ply wool
Weft – Weaving Southwest Natural Light and TCC Buttercup and Eggplant

Notes on this piece…

Woven on Glimakra Regina Vertical Loom.

You can find Michele here…

Facebook: Michele Doblado Dixon

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Hitchhiker Scarf by Tomeka Watkinson, 12″ x 74″, original pattern by Martina Behm

This piece is part of The Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

100% Churro Club wool

Notes on this piece…

Original pattern by Martina Behm.

Hand needle knit using size US 13 needles.

“I usually make this scarf with lighter weight yarn, but felt like it would really make a statement piece made from churro with contrasting colors. I was very pleased with the final look and how it blocked.” – Tomeka

You can find Tomeka here…

Facebook: South Street Creations

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P.S. Not sure what the Churro Club is? Click here to find out more!


Shelburne by Maryann Neubert

This piece is part of The Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

Navajo churro, Brown Sheep Nature Spun, my own handspun

Notes on this piece…

Woven on a Schacht Flip Rigid Heddle Loom.

“Autumn inspired the colors, I wove this to show the gradations of autumn colors inspired by visits to Vermont. This is my first shawl woven/shaped like this.”- Maryann

You can find Maryanne here…

Website: aspenmoonarts.com / aspenmoonarts.etsy.com
Instagram: @aspenmoonarts
Twitter: @aspenmoonarts

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P.S. Not sure what the Churro Club is? Click here to find out more!


Solitude by Cindy Bass, 38″ x 13.5″ Churro wool on wool warp

This piece is part of the Churro Club Exhibition II!

Materials in detail… 

2-ply wool warp and Medium-Weight Churro Yarn weft

Notes on this piece…

Woven on a rigid heddle loom.

“I love Navajo weaving with a contemporary twist and enjoy exploring the possibilities of design and color.” – Cindy

You can find Cindy here…

Facebook: The Wandering Weaver

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P.S. Not sure what the Churro Club is? Click here to find out more!


Rain Dancer by Cookie Murraye, 37″ x 17″, Churro wool, wood, paint, feathers, glass beads

This piece is part of the Churro Club Exhibition II!

Materials in detail… 

Warp: 2-ply Churro
Weft: Churro
Mask: Wood and Acrylic Paint
Body (arms/legs): Red Willow
Feathers and Glass Beads Embellishment.

Notes on this piece…

“My Inspiration comes from the art of the Navajo and the Hopi. Rugs and Kachinas being my favorite. The result is a combination of both.” – Cookie

You can find Cookie here…

Facebook: Cookie Murraye

Enjoy!

P.S. Not sure what the Churro Club is? Click here to find out more!