Journey through time with Historic Weaving on the 100 Loom Tour

I have a goal of weaving on 100 looms that are over 100 years old in the next ten years in order to share the stories of the weavers, looms and their preservation efforts. I plan to begin my journey in my backyard, a 500 mile radius surrounding Bozeman, Montana.

As my experience story telling and my budget permits, I will be expanding my travel throughout the United States and ultimately globally as a weaving ambassador of peace. I expect to meet many weavers in faraway places who have something in common with me, the love of thread and the making of cloth.

The purpose of this journey is to connect the weaver, the loom, design drafts, and the cloth for a full context experience. Today all that is available are items that have been separated by time and ownership,  the loom, or the draft book, a signed textile and very rarely the actual weaver’s story.

The research that I complete on this tour will be made available to the public, my hope is to make is self sustaining, and you the collector can support my efforts by purchasing items from the handweaving collection that will come from my travels.


Click here to submit your loom to be included on the 100 Loom Tour


Weaving has a long history, almost traceable to the beginning of time. On this page I would like to share with you information about weaving history that I have uncovered recently. You may find videos, pictures, stories and more here. Needless to say I am not an academic my nature I am mostly interested in weaving history as it relates to people and their local culture. As a result you may find spicy stories, and fanciful weaving tales as well factual history presentations. My intent is strictly to entertain and inspire you to start or keep on weaving and to feel a connection to all of the weavers that have come before.

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