The Petrified Forest Tapestries book
You can purchase a copy of the book I made about my Petrified Forest Tapestries. This book is about the time I spent as artist-in-residence at Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona in 2016. While there I wove a 2 x 2 inch tapestry each day depicting something I saw or was thinking about.
I made two versions of the book. One is a smaller softcover book which costs less. The other is a larger hardcover book with bigger photos and easier to read text. Both can be ordered through Blurb Publications. You can see both books in their entirety online at the pages linked below.
The 7 x 7 inch, 60 page, softcover book looks like this and can be purchased HERE.
The larger hardcover book can be seen and ordered HERE. It is 10 x 8 inches, 62 pages, hardcover with image wrap.
This version of the book is also available for purchase in a downloadable PDF which can also be viewed on all your devices.
I do have tapestries that need new homes. Please click the button below for a page of my current work for sale.
I am not currently selling Hokett looms and tools. There are many great places you can purchase them including these:
As of July 2018, Jim Hokett has retired. The vendors above may have some remaining stock. I believe The Weaver's Loft bought everything remaining in July.
If you're looking for a substitute loom, consider a new Schacht loom, the Easel Weaver. This loom isn't nearly as beautiful as Jim's looms, but it is sturdy and functional with an added leg feature.
Tapestry Yarn Cards
In my online classes I talk about tapestry yarn cards. I am out of them currently but am working on having brochures printed with the information about each yarn which will come with new cards. This process will take several months to accomplish. Watch Tapestry Picks for details!
I have partnered with Molly McNeece to produce an adorable book about tapestry weaving with her wonderful illustrations. That book isn't ready yet, but we are selling some of her illustrations in greeting card format. These are small-size cards, 4 x 6 inches printed from larger pen and ink/watercolor illustrations. They come in a cello card envelope and are blank inside.
$3 each or 2 for $5
- PayPal is the preferred payment method. You don't have to have an account. I'll send you an invoice you can use a credit card to pay.
- I accept checks but I won't ship until the check arrives.
- I do have to charge you tax if you live in Colorado.
- I do ship internationally, but please be advised that customs fees may be charged when the item arrives at your post office. I ship USPS First Class International. If you want me to send your box USPS International Priority mail, I can do that, but the shipping cost is roughly double. Shipping USPS First Class International is currently about $23 USD to the UK for small orders.