Before Susan Rockwell perfected her skills at double weaving, she first discovered the craft at a sheep and wool festival, and took to it right away. In fact, she now enjoys teaching weaving to others, as well as taking commissions and creating her own designs.
Join us as we discuss Susan’s love of her craft, and her specialty. Double weaving is a versatile structure which can be used to create layered fabric, as well as intricate designs, double-faced fabrics, and incorporate plenty of applications for color.
Susan also shares with us some of her latest works, including a towel based on a work of modern art, and a complete set of picnic linens. If you are interested in learning to weave, look for workshops or a weaver’s guild in your area.
In Vermont, there are a number of resources for weavers, including: