Lucy had her first experience with weaving as a Girl Scout using a popsicle stick loom. After a year of college, she went to Maine to live on a sheep farm, where she learned how to spin yarn, began learning to weave on a floor loom, and cared for sheep.
On returning to Oregon, she bought a loom and learned a lot more about weaving. She was a partner in The Web’sters in Ashland for the first couple of years after it opened in 1984.
She is inspired by learning new patterns, color combinations, dyeing various types of yarn for use in her weavings, and by others’ use of color and designs.
THIS ARTIST SPECIALIZES IN:
Functional, Clothing, Kitchen, Bath, Bright, Colorful, Earthy, Simple, Black, Blue, Ivory, Green, Grey, Indigo, Pink, Purple, Orange, Red, Silver, Turquoise, White, Alpaca, Cotton, Cotton/Linen, Silk, Tencel, Wool, Handwoven, Handspun, Hand-dyed, Knit, hand spun , Beret, Dish towel, Hat, Kitchen towel, Scarf, Shawl, Wrap, Yarn, top shirt
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Lithia Artisan Market of Ashland (LAMA) weekends
May 15 - Dec 19
Behind the Plaza, downtown Ashland, OR. Weekends Sat begins 10am, Sun 11am, NORMALLY. Ending time is 3pm now, but later in the year that may change. Look at the FB site for more info.
This is a 6 feet apart, mask wearing, hand sanitizing event, outside. There are multiple artisans (juried), glass, jewelry, weaving, clay, wood, clothing, photography, painting, and more. I will be there after my second Covid shot in mid-May. This event usually lasts into late fall.
Lithia Artisans Christmas Faire
Nov 26 - Nov 28
On Guanajuato Way, behind the Plaza, Ashland, OR 97520, OR 97520, or the Ashland Armory on Oak and B streets.
In a normal year, this would be held inside the old Ashland Armory on Oak and B streets, Ashland from 10am-6pm. In a potentially Covid second winter, this will be held on Guanajuato Way, behind the Plaza in Ashland, OR 97520. Weather permitting, FB page will have up-to-date information.