Handwoven tri-panel rug by Teresa Loveless, 76″ x 108″, hand-dyed wool on wool warp

This is another of the larger pieces I wove for the custom job. You can see two more from this series here and here.

This was my first tri-panel rug! It was a bit of a challenge, but so satisfying once I got it off the loom!

I wove the two side panels (at the same time) first, then the center panel by itself. Then I stitched together all three to make this huge beauty! (There are a couple photos of the process below).

Enjoy!


Handwoven rug by Teresa Loveless, 36″ x 60″, hand-dyed wool on wool warp

This was one of the smaller pieces I wove for the custom job. It is a modification of our Wedding Blanket design.

Between this and yesterday’s post, you can start to see how this series came together. Black and Ivory, coupled with Mahogany and/or Sorrel formed the basis for their pallette. We added in accent colors that related to the room the given rug was in. Throughout each design, you will also begin to notice 1″ bands sided by 1/4″ stripes, tying the series together.

Enjoy!


Handwoven runner by Teresa Loveless, 36″ x 174″, hand-dyed wool on wool warp

We hope you loved all the pieces from The Churro Club Exhibition!

Now on to another lot of textiles. 🙂

A couple months ago, I finished up a huge custom job with a wonderful local couple. Over the next few days, I am going to share with you some of the rugs I wove for them. I have been wanting to share these with you since we had the Doses that explored series, as all their pieces fall into a series based on color and various takes on design.

This was one of the first pieces I did for them (and the longest I’ve ever pulled off the loom).

Enjoy!

 


Organic August by Judy Irene Harney, 24″x10″ (including fringe), Churro wool, wool roving, wool yarns, ribbon, wood

This piece is part of The Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

Churro wool, wool roving, wool yarns, ribbon, wood

You can find Judy here…

Instagram: @jirenestudio
Facebook: Judy Irene Harney

Enjoy!

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


Blue Chimayo by Maryann Neubert

This piece is part of The Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

Navajo churro, Maryann’s own handspun, wool/mohair blend yarn

Notes on this piece…

Woven on a Schacht Flip Rigid Heddle Loom

“This piece is six months in the making. I knew I loved the two yarns together, so I warped my loom and began weaving. And took it out after twelve inches, twice. This was an exercise in just letting design happen as I wove and I truly love how it turned out.”- Maryann

You can find Maryanne here…

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

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


Sing Your Truth by Audra E. Knutson, 10.75″ x 10″, Churro wool on wool warp

This piece is part of our Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

Churro Club yarn, 2-ply charcoal worsted wool warp

Notes on this piece…

Woven on a small frame loom.

You can find Audra here…

Website: desertshipbuilder.com and audra-elizabeth-knutson.squarespace.com

Instagram: @desertshipbuilder

Enjoy!

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


Rug No. 5 by Janet Switzer, 60″ x 40″, Churro wool on wool warp

This piece is part of our Churro Club Exhibition II .

Materials in detail… 

Weaving Southwest’s 4-ply warp, Mora Mill’s natural gray Churro rug yarn weft, Churro Club yarns (Habenero and Chimayo)

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!​​​​​​​



Table Runner #2 by Michele Doblado Dixon, 43″ x 14″ + 6″ fringe (3″ on top and 3″ on the bottom), Churro wool on wool warp

This piece is part of The Churro Club Exhibition II.

Materials in detail… 

Warp- Weaving Southwest natural 2-ply wool
Weft – Weaving Southwest Kayenta Churro, TCC Buttercup and Mulberry.

Notes on this piece…

Woven on Glimakra Regina Vertical Loom.

You can find Michele here…

Facebook: Michele Doblado Dixon

Enjoy!

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