March 2020 Show & Tell Harkening back to Margaret’s challenge project, she brought another undulating twill shawl (tencel warp/silk weft). And she wove two more rugs and a sample for a stole for a friend’s brother who is a priest. Inspired by Mary’s creativity, Tom wove this shawl with a mixed warp and two types of fuzzy wefts. Betty’s scarf has a mohair warp with stripes of warp cramming, a very light cotton weft, and fine beads on the fringe. Donna wove three rugs with T-shirt wefts seen in the photo on the left. In the photo on the right is a closeup of the two that had painted rainbow warps; one has gray T-shirts for weft, the other has black T-shirts for weft. Jamie showed us a hat she had knit with yarn she had fractal spun from painted roving, and she also brought five cotton towels she had woven in a false damask check pattern (Strickler 246). Four are in the background and she is holding her favorite. Melvenea brought two shawls she had knit using several colors of naturally colored cotton she had handspun. Melvenea also knit her tunic with naturally colored cotton. She painted the whimsical patterns on the linen shawl she is modeling on the right, inspired by her elementary school art students. In addition, she showed us a wide variety of different kinds of projects she has been working on. On the left Ellen is holding the painted warp shawl she wove (it took a long warping process to distribute the warp colors as you see them). On the right is a close up of her highly textured scarf, woven with 24 epi tencel warp and colcolastic weft in a twill. . After admiring fabric Donna wove with a type of novelty yarn back in December 2018, Shelby was able to obtain a supply of the yarn and wove this shawl using it as weft with a rayon warp. The novelty weft has a nylon core with added tufts. The closeup shows the back has no tufts because Shelby manipulated the tufts, pick by pick, to put them on the front surface. Joyce wove her pillow top with a weft of many colors of roving and neckties. For her church, Lisa wove color-variegated ribbons into velvet yardage to create this wall hanging. Thanks for taking the photos, Lisa!