I have been creating handwoven pieces for over 40 years. I studied weaving using different types of antique looms at the Ohio Village in Columbus Ohio after graduating from Ohio State University. I grew up on a dairy farm near Frederictown, Ohio. Since I did not have any brothers I worked on the farm more than I probably liked. This work ethic followed me through life. I now live on a small rare breed sheep farm with my husband Skip (whom I met in high school). We organic garden, raise chickens and ducks for their wonderful eggs and their contribution to the soil. Our sheep are sheared for their wool, which I use in my weaving.pieces. I hope to hand weave as long as I can. I love creating pieces of work that my customers can use in their homes.
I have sold my weavings over the years from the east coast to the west. ( as far west as Chicago). I have attended many folk art shows over the years and have made many wonderful friends. My weavings have appeared for sale in many antique and decorating shops over the years. I have had the honor of my weavings appearing in many magazines and also in the White House. You may visit our farm and my weaving shop by making an appointment. I would love to visit with you.