Nancy Clark Handweaver




Scarves

Hugs

Cozies

Shawls


2018 Schedule

Dallas Quilt Show

March 9 - 11
Friday & Saturday, 10 - 5 PM
Sunday, 12 - 5 PM

Dallas Market Hall
Northwest corner of the intersection of I-35E and Market Center Blvd.
2200 N Stemmons Fwy
Dallas, TX
Ozark Piecemakers Quilt Show

September 27 - 29
Thurs. & Fri. 9am - 5pm
Sat. 9am - 4pm
Ozark Empire Fairgrounds
E-Plex
3001 North Grant
Springfield, MO
St. Louis Weavers Guild

October 19 - 20
Fri. 10am - 7pm
Sat. 10am - 4pm
First Congregational Church of Webster Groves
10 W. Lockwood Ave. Webster Groves, 63119
St. Louis, MO
Art at the Shaw Nature Reserve Annual Show & Sale

November 3 - 4
Shaw Nature Reserve
307 Pinetum Loop Rd
Gray Summit, MO 63039


And you can always see my work at Simpatico Gallery on the Mississippi River in beautiful downtown Clarksville, Missouri

Simpatico Gallery
105 C South First Street
Clarksville, Missouri
1 block off of Highway 79

Questions or comments? Please call 816-444-2383.



In 1971 on the Greek island of Naxos a woman from New York City taught me the basics of tapestry weaving. Eventually we both returned to the States, she to NYC, and me to my native Missouri, where I found the rhythms of the four-harness hand loom.

Sounds from shuttles, harnesses, and beater provide an aural backdrop as different yarns glide through my fingers several times in the completion of finished cloth, endearing each piece to me. Through collaboration with expert hand dyers I obtain space-dyed yarns with ever-changing colors that add depth and movement to the finished textiles.

The weaving process, in which the weaver responds to the unique personality and voice of individual threads, is an incredible experience, an inspirational relationship I treasure every day. As I liberate fabrics from the loom, I am happy to know they will soon become part of someone else's life as well.

I weave what I love, I sell what I can, and then I weave some more.

Nancy Clark Handweaver
nancyclarkhandweaver@gmail.com

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