I have been weaving since I first got married 32 years ago. Andrew then was a commercial fisherman and I taught myself. I have been a business here in Maine for 20 years and enjoy it still.

Recently, Phyllis's weaving business was included in a new book Crafting a Business by Kathie Fitzgerald of Sterling Publishing.

I create items for the home to be used, not just to look at. I live with all my textiles and Andrew's iron all around us.

Photo by Sherwood Burton (www.daystarimages.com)

Phyllis's new studio for where she works and sells her items

This studio space is attached to her new home on the Bristol Rd (Rt 130) in
Bristol, Maine.  She works on a 60" wide four harness direct tie up loom and an old 40" Union Loom made for heavy beating in creating rag rugs.  
Items of her work surround her as well as other artisans work.  She carries ASL pewter.  Notecards that are weaving and area related and jewlery by "Me Crazy" and "Summer Island studio".

Winter hours are Saturdays 10-5pm till Christmas.


Click HERE for a link to purchase this book (Crafting a Business: Make Money Doing What You Love).  In it, you'll read Phyllis's story and see photos of her, her loom, and things she makes, along
with the stories of 29 other successful women.

A brand new book!!


I've just had an article about me in Early Homes Magazine.

Click here to read it!


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