Weaving Class

I started to go to weaving class from last week. It's like the happy hours in my daily routine. I love the class!

My instructor, Babajan.

Babajan's grandpa wore this pants for his wedding.

Graffiti on the wall.

My first sampler!! Now I know how to do plain weave, twill, imitation tapestry and basket weave.
I'm really tired of working on a very tight schedule, but I am happy that I manage to find time for the class.

Life is exciting!


UNIFORM Studio said...

ohohoh! I am so jealous. I want to learn to weave!
Your sampler looks so interesting.
How fun and exciting. Can't wait to see what you create.

Little Nutbrown Hare said...

I like babajan, he looks like such a character! What will you be making next after the sampler?

ah_yi said...

just learned how read the chart,so i will be doing something with pattern, i picked out a pattern called " periwinkle",..... there are just too many pattern to pick,...

Carson said...

me too, me too!
(learn how to weave that is)
I just love that indigo cow (is it a cow?) on the white wall.

Tessa said...

Nice! I would love to learn how to weave. But instead I'm going to take some ceramic lessons I think. It's nice to learn new techniques to create huh!
I love your blog, I added it on my link list.

zand2ohs said...

Oh, yes, so many things to try and so little time :)
Weaving seems like a wonderful contemplative thing to undertake.

Babelfish said...

It sounds like so much fun! Love the graffiti and beautiful piece at the bottom.

//fine little day// said...

Everything you lay your hands on turns to beauty, It shows already.

olga - Italia said...

I love your blog and want to learn to weave too!

Chalalai said...

your sampler looks great! I saw it on the loom when I went to take the class. baba is amazing. perhaps we will meet at the class some day, i've been an admire of your blog for a while now and had no idea you were my weaving classmate :)

olga - Italia said...

You make wonderful work and photos !i wish you all the best!

ah_yi said...

thank you Olga!! I love your blog too.

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