Spanish Skirts by Donna Hilton, 16″ x 20″, Churro wool on cotton warp

This piece is part of The Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

Cotton 12/6 warp, WSW churro weft

Notes on this piece…

“I worked at Palo Duro State Park while attending college. The walls of the canyon were referred to as Spanish skirts. I always loved to watch the colors change as day faded to night.” – Donna

You can find Donna here…

Instagram: @donnahilton1672
Facebook: Donna Hilton

Enjoy!

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Untitled #2 by Randy Crist, 10″ x 13″, Churro wool on cotton warp

This piece is part of The Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

Churro wool weft, cotton warp

Notes on this piece…

Woven on a Schacht School loom.

Design inspired by Qashqai nomadic kilims (Iran).

Enjoy!

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Untitled by Maryann Neubert

This piece is part of our Churro Club Exhibition II .

Materials in detail… 

Churro Club yarn (Rosehip, Cottonwood, Amber), Kilcarra Tweed (green), Knit Picks Wool of the Andes (Papaya heather, green tea heather), Hand-dyed Coopworth wool locks, Maryann’s own hand-spun, black wool Saori warp.

Notes on this piece…

Handwoven on a Saori Piccolo loom and hand sewn.

“I would like to say there was some great inspiration here, but truly I just chose a bunch of yarn I liked together and just started weaving. The only thing I knew was that I wanted to make a skirt.” – Maryann

You can find Maryann here…

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

Enjoy!

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


Birds Nest by Judy Irene Harney, 15″x10″ (including fringe), Churro wool, wool roving, wool yarns, ceramic button, wood

This piece is part of The Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

Churro wool, wool roving, wool yarns, ceramic button, wood

You can find Judy here…

Instagram: @jirenestudio
Facebook: Judy Irene Harney

Enjoy!

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First Striped Runner by Terry Blair, 15″ x 26.5″, Churro wool on wool warp

This piece is part of The Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

“All wool. Dark brown and colors are Churro of the month. Lighter brown is Churro from Wind Dance Ranch who we buy meat from at our local Farmers’ Market. They are in the Capay Valley, California.” -Terry

Notes on this piece…

“First piece on my slightly rehabbed Leclerc Nilus with new weighted beater bar. I know it’s not perfect but its a good start!” – Terry

You can find Terry here…

Website: www.etsy.com/shop/walkingquail
Instagram: @walkingquail
Facebook: Walkingquail’s Trail

Enjoy!

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Chevron by Michele Doblado Dixon, 19″ x 10″ (plus 4″ fringe), Churro wool on cotton warp

This piece is part of The Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

Warp- 12/6 Cotton Seine Twine White
Weft – 12/16 TCC Ivory, Silver, Gold, Glacier and Weaving Southwest Black Churro

Notes on this piece…

Woven on a 16″ Mirrix loom.

“The December 2016 TCC colors were so inspiring, I sat right down and wove this piece.” – Michele

You can find Michele here…

Facebook: Michele Doblado Dixon

Enjoy!

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Rug No. 4 by Janet Switzer, 60″ x 40″, Romney and Churro wool

This piece is part of our Churro Club Exhibition II .

Materials in detail… 

Weaving Southwest 4-ply warp, Weaving Southwest rug yarn, small amounts of Churro Club yarn

Notes on this piece…

Woven on Rio Grande Standard Loom

You can find Janet here…

Instagram: @camp.robber

Enjoy!

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