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Mirrix Blog

We're Featured in a Magazine!

We're Featured in a Magazine!

This past spring we were asked to be a part of a very special magazine called What Women Create. The magazine features women creators from all walks of life. The images are gorgeous (ours are by Williams-Prior Art + Design) and the stories are by the artists themselves. Ours is a mother and daugh...
Guest Blog Post by Deb Bednarek: Weaving with Silk Ribbon

Guest Blog Post by Deb Bednarek: Weaving with Silk Ribbon

One of the most appealing aspects of weaving for me is working with color and texture no matter what I’m planning to make. Claudia’s hand-painted ribbon is exceptional! The colors are vibrant, luxurious, astounding. Just one bobbin of the ribbon has a multitude of colors in it. The ribbon shines ...
Mirrix Looms at Knit City in Vancouver

Mirrix Looms at Knit City in Vancouver

Janna Maria Vallee of Everlea Yarn will be at Knit City this month in Vancouver Canada with her naturally dyed yarns and a stock of 12",16" and 22" Mirrix looms.Go say hi to her at booth 235 where she will be demonstrating her 16" Big Sister Loom and Spencer Power Treadle all weekend.
Happy Birthday, Claudia!

Happy Birthday, Claudia!

22 years ago a stay-at-home mom and professional tapestry weaver started selling portable looms made in the barn-turned-workshop of a friend. At the time she didn't realize how this little company would grow or how it would change her life or how her product would change other weavers' lives. She...
What is Sett?

What is Sett?

The foundation of any type of weaving is based on the relationship between your warp and your weft. This relationship is complex and comprised of different aspects: warp and weft material and weight and even the spacing of your warp.  The spacing of your warp is called your sett. It is usually in...