We are back! And by back, I mean fully settled into our beautiful new space and (almost) back to normal. Save for a few minor details (we don’t have a landline or our own internet at the shop yet), we are ready for summer in Seco!

Joe hung our new signs this morning (picture below)! Though this has been a whirlwind of a month, this move has proven to be a true blessing in disguise. We are so grateful, in so many ways, to be in our new beautiful space!

We are planing on having our Grand Opening on June 11th from 5-7PM. We would love for you to join us, if you can!

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Now, we would like to give thanks, where thanks is due…

First and foremost, Andy Burns, our amazing new landlord. He has continually done so much to support this community and we are blessed to be in his building. Thank you, Andy!

Secondly, thank you to all the wonderful people who have already come to visit or who have sent their good wishes! We are so lucky to have so many wonderful and supportive people in our life (and our tribe).

A special thanks to Bradley, of Royal Bear Lodge, for helping us move truckloads of boxes and looms. If you are looking for a place to stay in Seco (or know of some one who is), this is the place to be. Not only is the Royal Bear Lodge located right behind our new space (yay!), but it is clean, beautiful, affordable and has that perfect Seco charm. You can check out his places here and here (this one even has a hot tub on the second story… perfect for sunsets!).

A very loving thank you to all our new neighbors on the “this side” of Seco. Scott Carlson, of Scott Carlson Pottery, for putting us in touch with Andy and making us feel like an important part of this community. Kristina of Aureate Plum, for the amazing take home pizzas that saved us on the nights we couldn’t imagine cooking (can’t wait to have time to try her brunch!). Everyone at Sol Food for the delicious lunches and making it possible to grocery shop in our little village. Micheal, of ACEQ, for letting us use his internet until we get our own (we can’t wait to try out his new menu!). (Did we mention we were surrounded by amazing restaurants?). Ivelisse of Antiquarius Imports and Jack of JLI Gallery for their warm welcome.

And, of course, everyone at Abe’s Cantina y Cocina, for filling our glasses after a long day of moving and always making us feel beyond welcome in this beautiful village. (Abe’s is the longest standing business in this village, celebrating their 70th year last summer! My grandma Rachel had her first fiber business, The Craft House, across the street from them in the ’60’s.)

That about wraps it up for now!

Have a wonderful week!

Ciao,
Teresa & Joe

4 comments on “We moved!

  • Congratulations Teresa and Joe!! Thanks too for you, doing what you do, and continuing Weaving Southwest!! I look forward to visiting the new location SOON!!!

  • I cannot find anything on your site about your Rio Grande Looms. Do you not make them anymore? Or is it well-hidden on your site? Very difficult getting around to find what I want.

    • Hi!

      I’m sorry you are having a difficult time navigating our website. It’s a constant work in progress.

      For various reasons, we are not currently making our looms or wheels. However, we may in the future.

      Please let me know if you are looking for anything else and I will make sure to point you in the right direction! 🙂

      Ciao,
      Teresa

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