News & Notes from Cameron

Double Weave Guru - February 2018

In a month full of creating new work plus teaching weaving  at ARTSgarage, I had the pleasure of hosting Jennifer Moore  before she presented a lecture and workshop at Central Coast Weavers in San Luis Obispo. Jennifer is in the midst of writing a new edition of her seminal work on double weave (which will make many people extremely happy!) and is traveling the country with Double Rainbow, her new workshop. The lecture covered her experiences teaching at Tinkuy in  Peru - so fascinating - you can read about it HERE. I just love this photo of Jennifer with her class.  

Peru class photo

Weaving Together Art and Agriculture - January 2018

A very special createIt@ARTSgarage was held at Moonwater Farm in Compton on January 27th. We celebrated the eighth year of createIt programming "for educators of all stripes" by weaving together art and agriculture.  


Left photo: Kathleen Blakistone to my right  and Jamia Weir to my left -as we  keep calm and design on - thanks for a great event! 

Right photo: Jumping in to some weaving projects and conversation around the big outdoor  table at Moonwater. 


TUG Love - December 2017

As I write this my new TUG electric ball winder from Sawyer Bee is busy winding hanks of yarn with absolutely no involvement from ME. TUG was my first foray into Kickstarter, and I invested in the manufacturing of this terrific device after seeing it demonstrated at a conference by the couple who created it. I had fun reading their posts and keeping track of their progress, and then in late December TUG arrived! 


The Weaving Workshop - November 2017


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This month I was invited by Brittany McLaughlin  to write an article for The Common Thread. And HERE it is! 

Brittany is a designer, educator, author, videographer - and founder of the Weaving Workshop - I'm excited to participate in her endeavors. 



Fiber Family - October 2017

My exhibit Fiber Trails was up all month at the Branch Gallery and was well-supported by the larger fiber community as well as by family and friends. I enter November feeling grateful for these treasured relationships – and bid a fond farewell to the work that sold over the course of the show.


Top photo is with my husband and our two children. Bottom photo is with my brother Zach and our Uncle Tom.