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This was not included with Joan’s article:
Hi – I’m Joan Horwich, the daughter of Rose Rubin, who was very active in this guild for many years. I began weaving when my mother was 89 years old and had parted with the majority of her looms, equipment, and fiber. I am still a beginning weaver and learning quite a bit from Jane Stafford’s on line course. Through this, I am exploring a number of 4 shaft weave structures. I now own four floor looms, a rigid heddle loom and an inkle loom and am interested in pursuing spinning.
I can’t wait to see all of you in person.
Rebecca Langley asks for assistance with:
Health dictates selling my beautiful original, Cranbrook J.P. Bexell & Son, Pontiac MI, countermarch loom, Texsolv heddles, excellent condition, ideal for light work or heavy duty rugs, beginner or pro, 4-harness/6 treadles, 13 shuttles, lease sticks, many slats, warping video and instruction binder, newer Schacht Bobbin Winder, bench, four 4,6,8,14-dent reads, 2 warping frames, 3 threading tools, 3 large bags of beautiful rug yarn and warp. Pickup only. < email@example.com >
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