2009 Small Scarf Exhibition

Welcome to the Small Scarf Exhibition 2009. Please follow the links.

"Spring Birch Leaves", by Geodyne at Tangled Threads

"Mini-Twill Scarf", by Susan at Centerweave

Holly Haynes

Judy Bool

Rose Pelvin

Terri Bibby

Kathleen Aaker



Meg Nakagawa

The Big Gallery Flickr sets for this challenge has been deleted; some of the links were modified.


Dana and Daisy said...

very beautiful meg but where are yours?
I passed your flicker link to a friend who would enjoy.

pam@gingerbreadsnowflakes.com said...

I agree with Dana and Daisy! Where indeed?

Thank you for the photos and links, I am enjoying myself immensely! So inspiring and so much to appreciate.

Meg said...

Shhhhhhh... It's still on the loom about 3/5 of the way done.... (((blush blush))

MonkAre said...

It’s so nice site. We love to see more on this site. Keep on updating… MonkAreRee Bali ***dfsg

curiousweaver said...

The scarf exhibition is fantastic Meg! Congratulations to all the weavers and you for organising such an inspiring collection of weavers and weaves. I think it will inspire many of us to get to the loom and others to take up weaving.

Meg said...

Thanks, Kaz! I love the variety of styles.


Meg you out did yourself again, I love all the pics of the scarves, such talented weavers, I loved it.
Hope to be in next year!

Meg said...

Thanks, Deep End. Nice, aren't they?

Jane Hards Photography said...

I just noticed your Europe query. I'll have a think about that but I'm sure the UK still has places of interest to you. Simply stunning work.

Meg said...

Yes, Babooshka, since I'm not heading your way any time soon, ANY suggestion is appreciated. Thanks in advance! (That locks you in having to give me suggestions, hee hee.)

Holly said...

Thanks for taking the time to put the exhibit together!

Meg said...

Hey, thank you very much for taking part both years, Holly!

Carol said...

Wonderful exhibition Meg and I just love your Frou-Frou. And lovely to see Taureg's - I'll email her to tell her.

Meg said...

Thanks, Carol. When you do get in touch with Taueret, ask after her toe, too!