Weaving Southwest

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by fifeplayer on Sunday, Oct 12 2014 at 08:41PM PDT

Was driving up to the Taos Ski Valley for a hiking trip when I saw "weaving" on a sign. Hit the brakes and took a hard right turn (while apologizing to the spouse's computer that flew into the door) into the tiny parking lot of the cantina next door.

Really amazing little weaving shop! Owned/operated by the granddaughter of one of the early Taos fiber artists; they still have spinning wheels and looms of their own design. Limited supply of locally-sourced, locally spun, locally dyed churro and alpaca yarns in approximately sock and worsted weight, with a little bit of hand-dyed alpaca/wool/silk colorways. Offers tapestry weaving classes on looms in a back room.

Small shop, but not to be missed if you're interested in local fiber art history or classes.

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