Weaver creates with textures, patterns, color

RUTLAND A fine artistic weaver, Marion Rosemeck, was at Tattersalls Clothing Emporium July 11. In the late 1970s, Rosemeck fulfilled her dream to learn and become an excellent weaver. Initially she took lessons in California. By 1981 she had moved to Port Angeles, Wash., and there joined two weaving guilds. Her skills were honed at workshops on Whitby Island, in Vancouver, Canada, Seattle, Boise and many other places. While in Port Angeles, Marion Rosemeck taught weaving, and over a period of 15 years close to 100 people have become weavers under her tutelage. Now Rosemeck resides in Rutland and is having fun playing with different textures, patterns and colors. Currently Shadow Weaving is her favorite approach. Rosemeck shares her passion for weaving at Tattersalls Clothing Emporium. Samples of her work will be shown through July 20 during regular store hours. For details, call Christine Tattersall at 802-773-5007.

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