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Rosepath Weaving creates hand-woven items for the home and public spaces that are a pleasure to see, touch and use.   Products are available to purchase or simply view at various Boston area events.  Everything is woven, start to finish, by the single weaver, using a computer only for design.

Now through the end of August a wide selection of my work is on show at Cary Library in Lexington, MA. Read more at Events.

About Myself

Weaving was my hobby for over thirty years while I was a computer software engineer. In 2001 I left technology to weave full time. I'm largely a self-taught weaver. All kinds of weaves in natural fibers interest me.

I'm active in the Weavers' Guild of Boston, where I have earned the guild Journeyman Weaver rating.   Inspired by historic textiles, I joined the guild's program to weave for Plimoth Plantation.

Other professional organizations: Complex Weavers' Early Weaving Books And Manuscripts study group;  Carlisle Artisans and  American Textile History Museum

Nancy at the loom