Welcome from the Village Weaver and Scottish Lion

Hello Fiber Friends ,
Here is my recently revised blog of Maine Village Weaver. Based on the Coast of Maine I hand weave fabrics , textiles for the home , blankets and rugs. You can also see on my web site shawls and scarves. I love hand dyed , natural, sustainable and hope in the future to source more local fibers to be used.
Check my web site out and follow onto my Etsy site from my web site.
I also love Early American textiles and will offer old patterns and textiles that look old but a newly created
Well anyway check back and see what is happening at the. Maine Village Weaver ,Best Regards , Phyllis Leck

Country Folk Art Flag

Country Folk Art Flag
Wall hanging 12 x 15 created with hand cut wool strips

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Chenille upholstery fabric hand woven and hand dyed with indigo

 Hand Woven Cotton Chenille upholstery fabric is also naturally Hand Dyed with indigo by Botanical Shades. Diamond pattern woven in cotton chenille is sturdy and can be used to upholster a chair . Several yards are available for sale .
Commissions accepted if interested in hand woven textiles for the home interior design . Hand woven means I use a floor loom and throw a shuttle filled with yarn back and forth as I weave the intricate pattern . Pedals under the loom raise and lower the threads in a system that creates the design .
Hand dyed means that Botanical Shades used indigo plant dye to create the color .
Unique and each pieces is one of a kind .

Sunday, November 10, 2019

Thanksgiving table runners

Excited to share this item from my #etsy shop: Red rust beige cotton wool table scarf square runner  fringed  https://etsy.me/36PB2erwww.mainevillageweaver.etsy.com

A beautiful setting for a Thanksgiving table can be made with my unique hand woven table squares and runners 

Monday, November 4, 2019

Textiles at Just A Little Bit Country

Textiles available at 
Waukesha Wisconsin 
Shown are Maine Village Weaver textiles , 
Mustard table runner and Black and Tan check runners 
Contact Kari Miller for purchase 

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Civil War Flag of TRUCE

I have woven the FLAG of TRUCE that was waved on the end of a stick at the end of the American Civil war .
Peace and let our differences not keep us apart but unite the country .
Flag of TRUCE 
Just a simple dish towel cut in half and used to end the Civil War at Appomattox 
Tell all that the war is over 
Live in Peace 
The Truce Cloth 
A simple ,hand woven 100% cotton towel brought truce toThe CivilWar on April 9 1865. The Truce was ordered by General Robert E. Lee ,carried on horseback tied to the end of a branch by James Longstreet. 
The remains of this’s monumental cloth are housed today in the National Museum of American History,Smithsonian Institute ,Bering Center. 
This is my exact rendition of that cloth .

Available in my Etsy shop 

Friday, July 19, 2019

Monday, June 3, 2019

Pemaquid artist stay

This weekend I had a wonderful Pastel Artist stay with us in our upstairs bedroom.our bedrooms upstairs are large about 16 x16 ft with a fireplace ( not functioning) great mantle and my handwoven items decorate the room . I hand wove the curtains ,rug, blankets for our quests to experience the warmth of hand made .
Here is my Airbnb listing click on underlined to be taken to my listing
Bristol older home

The artist that stayed with me was Traveling Artist

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Visit Fiber Frolic Maine part 2

Then I visited Buckwheat Blossom Farm from Wiscasett, Maine  and found her having her Coop worth sheep  wool dyed with indigo , a calm grey blue ,like fog on the coast .
Another great color for my shawls and wraps . Talking with her made me feel confident that we could work together to make beautiful items .
Here you can find them on Instagram Buckwheat Blossom Farm 

There is so much more to find so I recommend getting there to see for your self !