"Rueca" antigua máquina para hilar lana de ovejas (funcionando)
Almohadilla de Santiago de Compostela - lace pillow: Santiago-style, or from the Santiago region of Spain
Jute or sisal rug using glue or thread. Apparently glue doesn't last as long so thread is better for long-term.
Spinning wool on the great wheel. Spain, 1917 Imagen de dos mujeres an la puerta de su casa; una de ellas está hilando con la rueda de hilar y la otra contempla la escena. ceres.mcu.es
Rueca (Do Acibreiro)
Handspun Wool Yarn - Natural undyed
Mexican Embroidery by Teyacapan, via Flickr
need to make my own loom. need to make this.
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Berries, Natural Dyes by Philosopher Queen. This was my first job with CW between college years: we built a fire, boiled some berries or leaves and dyed some wool spun by CW's Spinning and Weaving Shop.
hand spinning. HEY, RHENDA! i can do this! i have a whell too. but, a friend who is also in living history made me a drop spindle out of a section of a small tree. it is reallt beautiful.
A weaver from Tenejapa Chiapas proudly shows the beautiful weaving on her backstrap loom