Mary Sligh's table runner in Pittsburgh

A Sample of weaving styles from my class in New Hampshire.

My Harrisville loom belonged to a great weaver, Sherry Banks, whose husband sold it to me upon her death.

I spent a second week in New Hampshire in 2016 learning how to weave tapestries.  This is my first completed work.

I have a beautiful little tabletop loom from the Mountain Loom Company.

These bookmarks were woven on the tabletop loom.

Here is my dear friend Shella modeling a shawl that I made for her mom, Dora Mae.  This was completed on the big loom.

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Gary Lee Sligh Fabric arts

609 West Main, Leesburg, Florida

352-205-1126    gryslgh@yahoo.com

Tuesday to Saturday, 9 to 5

Wednesday evenings to 8

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