September 2019 Show & Tell Mandy was awarded a Champion Ribbon at the Porter County Fair for this scarf. The warp is cotton and the weft is hand-dyed blended yarn of wool, silk and a little glitter. Sherron wove eight towels with random color warps; some were in tabby weave and some in twill. Tom wove this 3/2 cotton twill fabric on his rigid heddle loom. The fabric (11 feet long) will be made into a blouse. The baby blanket in the photo above is just one of the many prize-winning woven items Margaret had at the Lake County Fair. She wove this with a combination of variegated cotton knitting yarn and 8/2 cotton in a twill. It was awarded a Blue RIbbon. Mary brought this scarf to show us. She wove it using two colors (red and orange) of 8/2 Tencel in a 4-shaft shadow weave. Over the summer, Paula wove the 28-shaft Echo and Iris tencel scarves shown on the left and the 8-shaft 5/2 pearl cotton rep weave rug on the right. Using green wool for the body of this duster coat cardigan, Jeanne then added red wool/alpaca yarn in the trim areas. Over the summer, Paula wove the 28-shaft Echo and Iris Tencel scarves shown on the left and the 8-shaft 5/2 pearl cotton rep weave rug on the right. In a Michigan Fiber Festival class, Chris dyed these silk scarves using different mordants and leaves collected from nature to produce colors and patterns. Thanks for the photos, Lisa and Ken!