Now, if you have been following my blog posts from late this past summer, you might have noticed that I have recently been bitten by the weaving bug again. My mind has been churning with so many ideas about things I want to put on the loom and weave. I just want to weave all the things. So when I was thinking of guests for the show, I knew I wanted to connect with Denise Renee Grace. If you are a knitter who is thinking about dipping your toe into the world of weaving, Denise has some great suggestions on how to get started. And if you are already a weaver and considering doing some more production-type weaving, Denise also has time-saving techniques that she will share with us. If you are at all interested in weaving and weaving with knitting yarn, I encourage you to join us for this conversation today.

Denise is enthusiastic about everything fiber, especially equipment. She works at Schacht Spindle Company as a product specialist helping people troubleshoot their looms and spinning wheels. When she is not assisting others, there is usually a flurry of fiber around her as she finished project after project. Denise focuses on production weaving, spinning, and machine knitting as well as her art. She reserves hand knitting as her luxury and only makes pieces for herself or those who will appreciate the effort and gesture of love. Color and texture are near and dear to her heart and she is just beginning to share her passion with the world.

Links and Things

You can find Denise and Filament Fiber Art at:

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Music Credits:

The Young and Beautiful – by Ivory Hours
The Beat – Ben Rector (on NoiseTrade)

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