About The Artist…
Beth started weaving in 1992. A
birthday gift from her husband for a beginning weaving
class, where she learned to weave on a four shaft tabletop
loom, started her journey into the fascinating world of
weaving. Multishaft looms have opened the door to
incredible designs, but Beth insists
there is nothing more gorgeous than plain weave.
In addition to the weaving process, Beth
has become extremely knowledgeable with the evolution of
looms and has just as much fun restoring and repairing them
as she does weaving on them.
Barefoot Weavers Studio houses many looms, most from the mid
20th century and a couple from the late 1700’s, early 1800’s
- all provide many hours of happy weaving
After several years of weaving with various fibers,
Beth prefers the look of fine linen,
cotton, tencel and cottolin and the fabulous luster and
drape of rayon chenille. From reproduction Shaker towels
and table linens to timely tencel and rayon chenille pieces,
Beth enjoys working with folks to
produce custom pieces designed for them.
In an effort to share her passion for weaving,
Beth teaches weaving in her studio.
‘looking forward to seeing you during the tour!!!!!!!
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Handwoven items: Scarves, shawls, napkins, table
runners, hand towels, tablecloths, blankets. Only the finest
fibers are used tencel, rayon chenille, linen, cottolin,
cotton, wool blends. to create each handwoven item. Weaving
demonstrations and light refreshments.
Click here to view interactive on-line map with this
Directions from Leesburg and points East:
Take Rt. 7 (Harry Byrd Highway) West toward Berryville/Winchester,
travel past Purcellville exits and Round Hill exits.
One (1) mile past the town of Round Hill, you'll see the
Hill High Orchard center on the right (North) side of Rt.
7. Look for the large covered wagon out front!
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