CNCHnet . . . The Textile Arts Webzine of the Conference of Northern California Handweavers

Endnote 11/14

Wrapping up this issue means, for me, it’s time to start thinking about Spring 2015–and we haven’t even celebrated T-Day or Christmas/Hanukah/Kwanza yet!

Spring makes me think of newness, brightness and color. So let’s make the next issue vibrate with color.

How do you approach putting colors together? Do you dye your own fiber? Do you blend colored roving to get just the right look? Where do you get your color inspirations? And don’t tell me ‘nature’, be more specific than that!

Perhaps color is a ho-hum subject for you and you would like to explore other avenues that meander through our fiber arts. That is good, too.

Perhaps you would like to contribute to CNCHnet. I am interested in hearing from any and all of you. Let me know what you want to write about–it could be one article, a series, or an ongoing column. It is important to hear what as many of our members as possible want to say.  After all, CNCH is a big umbrella organization that covers many fiber artists and lots of territory and a cornucopia of ideas.


Judy Fisher, Editor