Upcycled knit vest by Sandy Dolak, Churro wool, upcycled denim vest

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Materials in detail…

November Churro Club knitting project using all four colors; knit on a size 9 needle.

It is on an upcycled denim vest.

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Handwoven rug by Traudi Chiaravalloti, 24″x48″, Churro wool on wool warp

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Materials in detail…

Weft: Medium Weight Churro Yarn

Warp: 3-ply Worsted Wool Warp

Notes on this piece…

“This all churro rug woven on my baby wolf. I frequently used a tapestry fork to pack down the weft. I gave the rug to a family member as a gift.” – Traudi Chiaravalloti

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Signals III by Debra DuBois-Brinker, 30″x46″, Churro wool and Romney wool on wool warp

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Materials in detail…

Weft: Churro Yarn and Rug Yarn

Warp: 6 epi, Worsted Wool Warp

Notes on this piece…

“Custom made for a client after a similar rug sold before he got here…I made a more feminine version at first. ” – Debra DuBois-Brinker

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Hey, Eve… by Kathy Beckwith, 100% Churro wool, wood hanger

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Materials in detail…

Weft: Churro Club colors plus a natural brown Churro from Springwild.

Warp: Churro warp

Notes on this piece…

“One of my favorite reasons for being a member of the Churro Club is that it offers me the opportunity to do small weavings using fabulous colors without a big commitment in time or money. This was a practice in blending and wavy lines. The snake slithered in when I wasn’t looking. :)” – Kathy Beckwith

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Churro Southwestern Style table runner by Elizabeth Wood, 41″x14″, Churro wool on wool warp

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Materials in detail…

Weft: Natural black churro wool background and churro club wool yarn (blue, red, and gold from the first month’s box, green is from a later box).

Warp: 2-ply wool warp

Notes on this piece…

“This runner is the result of the fact that I thought I had put on enough warp for two sets of four placemats, but I screwed up. I had a couple of yards of warp left and decided that I cannot waste that much warp. So it is time to play around and weave a runner. You never know what you will end up with when you do this. This time the result is beautiful. I Love the Churro Club because it is like receiving a present every month! It is always full of surprises and helps sustain my yarn addiction.

I would highly recommend joining the “Weaving Southwest’s Mutual Admiration Society.” It is a great place to ask questions and receive encouragement.  ” – Elizabeth Wood

You can find Elizabeth on Instagram and Facebook!

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Bedside rug by Traudi Chiaravalloti, 29″x60″, Churro wool on linen warp

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Materials in detail…

Weft: Churro wool

Warp: Linen warp

Notes on this piece…

“After I bought my rug loom, my husband asked me to weave him a rug for his bedside.  I wove this because I had a lot of green medium weight wool yarn on hand and a decent amount of red churro. My husband was both impressed and pleased.” – Traudi Chiaravalloti

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Handwoven tapestry by Kathy Beckwith, 17.5 x 23 including fringe, 100% Churro

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Materials in detail…

Weft: Hand-dyed Churro yarn

Warp: Churro warp

Notes on this piece…

“Here is piece hot off the loom using Churro warp and weft. This one is for a local food bank fundraiser in April, called Empty Bowls”. – Kathy Beckwith

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Inspired (Throw) by Christina Rockett, 32“ (W) x 45 ½” (L) with additional 14” fringe on both ends, Churro wool and New Zealand Romney wool

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Materials in detail… 

Weft: Churro Club Wool (Color: Rain)

Warp: Weaving Southwest Tapestry Wool (Color Collection: Slate A-E)

Notes on this piece…

Woven on Rio Grande Walking Loom.

“Inspired by the article by Kimberly Hamill in Handwoven Magazine September/October 2015. When the color Rain was included in the Churro Club Wool, I knew I had to use it in this throw.” – Christina Rockett

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Hills and Valleys, handwoven rug by Traudi Chiaravalloti, Churro wool on wool warp

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Materials in detail… 

Weft: Natural and hand-dyed (Churro Club Colors) Churro yarn

Warp: 4-ply Worsted Wool Warp

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Doubleweave sampler by G. Pedro Kinner, Churro wool on wool warp

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Materials in detail… 

Weft: Churro yarn from 1st year of Churro Club

Warp: 2-ply Worsted Wool Warp

Notes on this piece…

“1st year of Churro Club colors in a doubleweave sampler with 2 ply wool warp, super soft and thick for a comfortable ride, love these Churro colors.” – G. Pedro Kinner

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