About

I’m a freaky fiber fanatic and a mixed media sculptor that’s madly in love with all of the fiber arts! I’ve been spinning, weaving, knitting, tatting, and crocheting for over 40+ years. I love to spin wool the most, but I also love spinning alpaca, mohair, llama, and chiengora. I weave mostly with my own hand-spun yarns, but I also try out other’s as well.

I knit a lot of socks, hats, and shawls. I create 3 dimensional sculptured trees under the Trademark, Trees of Diversity. You can see my my trees at Xanadu Gallery (https://www.xanadugallery.com) under Leigh Dudenhoeffer. I also sell them and am looking into venues to sell and/or showcase my trees.

Facebook: (https://www.facebook.com/FrozenTundraFibers)

You can see my items for sale at one of these shops:

(http://www.etsy.com/shop/FrozenTundraFibers)

(https://www.etsy.com/shop/MrsDsVintage)

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3 thoughts on “About

  1. I really appreciate you showing the Dreagon’s Breath pattern. My question is how manu turns in which direction do you do to get this lovely pattern.

      • Nevermind. Mind not on tablet weaving. Mind is on knitting lately.
        I originally got the pattern from Guntram’s GTT webpage (https://www.guntram.co.za/tabletweaving/patterns/threaded_kivrim.html).

        The following Picks (rows) are for a band that is threaded and woven from the top down. These are the instructions that I followed for mine. (If you would like / or need, I can photograph the pattern and post it here. I’m unable to download the GTT generator from Guntram’s website as it comes back with a 404 error.

        Pick 1: All 22 cards Backwards (away from you)
        Pick 2: same as pick 1
        Pick 3: 1-5; 10-13; 18-22 backwards (away from you) and 6-9; 14-17 towards (towards you)
        Pick 4: same as pick 3
        Pick 5: 1-2; 21-22 backwards (away from you) and 3 – 20 towards
        Pick 6: same as pick 5
        Pick 7: 1-2; 6-9; 14-17; 21-22 backwards (away from you) and 3-5; 10-13; 18-20 towards
        Pick 8: same as pick 7
        Repeat these 8 picks (rows) until your band is as long as you want it.

        I hope this helps,
        Leigh D.

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