Suzie Liles’ Weaving Record Sheet


*Download and print out a Suzie Liles’ Weaving Record Sheet, to document your very own weaving creations. Courtesy of Suzie Liles and Eugene Textile Center.

*Copyright to ETC. May not be printed/distributed for commercial use.

We’re off to CNCH!


Our storefront is a little threadbare, but that’s because we’re attending CNCH [Conference of Northern California Handweavers]. If you are in the Okland, CA stop by our booth and say ‘hello’ to Suzie and Janis! We’ve got a huge space so come see all our goodies. We’re located in the Marketplace, catty-corner to the Sample Service station (see map above).

C’ya there!

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Knit, no weave?

Did you like our Spring weaving inspiration seen here but you’d rather knit it than weave it? Take home a similar, knit-friendly color palette with our DK weight, hand-dyed merino hanks. These 500 yard plus hanks are huge enough to make a baby sweater, shawl or vest. These studio-dyed yarns are limited in number so hurry in and pick up your new project.


Fun with Handspun

Every Thursday we host a spinning group in our gallery. Today Shanna Sutter came in with her freshly handspun skeins of blended mystery wool:



Our Thursday Spin-In starts at 2:pm and goes until the cows come home…err, we close shop. Check out the photos and share on your Facebook/Pintrest/Twitter!


Mother’s Day Idea, No.1

Mother's Day Idea, No.1

Mother’s Day is just around the corner. At a loss for what to get that special woman in your life? Try our new batch of Hand Dyed Deustchutes Yarn. This lovely blend of merino/silk 60/40 comes in six creamy colorways that are sure to enchant that special yarnie in your life. Each skein is approximately 250 yards. Deustchutes is a single ply worsted/aran weight yarn.

There are a limited number of skeins so come in and claim yours!

In for Spring

Vicki was putting away our new shipment of Harrisville Shetland wool cones and fell in love with these colors (L to R): Woodsmoke, Straw and Grass. This combo is the perfect start for a spring project. These colorways would look great in a woven, comfy throw or a warm shawl to help you transition from March blusters to April showers.

In the background we’ve got a four shaft Harrisville loom just waiting for you to come try her out. We provide classes, equipment rentals and much more here at ETC.