My love of weaving has evolved since my mother taught me to weave a bookmark at the age of 10. After college, with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, I bought myself a weaving machine, i.e. a four-harness floor loom, so that I could weave myself a Lithuanian folk costume.
When my first child went off to college, I embarked on the the less-mechanical, more intuitive tapestry weaving when I discovered Weaving a LifeTM. Now, I lead others on their journey through weaving.
"Weave Your Life" is a journey into the soul. While hands are busy weaving, the mind and heart connect in exploring the inner life, allowing for the creation of balance and wholeness.
For a holiday season re-boot:
Weave Your Life!
Monday / December 14 (9am - 5pm)
Center for Art and Spirit at St. George
One School Rd., Asheville
Continue the journey. Join a weaving circle, now, starting up in January.
When a community works together to create something of beauty it shows the beauty of the community. Create a gift of beauty for someone special at your next:
Through the Asheville City Schools Foundation and their TAPAS program, I work with classroom teachers to enrich students' curricular learning with weaving projects.
Through my weaving projects, students strengthen math, science, social studies, and writing as well as physical, emotional, and artistic skills. Contact me if you'd like to explore bringing weaving to a classroom near you.