“The first time I sat down at a loom to weave I knew that I had found my passion.”
Inspired by the colours and textures of the world around her, Pat Neal established Naked Lamb Weaving Studio in 1991 to create elegant, functional pieces to decorate both body and home.
Pat works on traditional, wooden floor looms enjoying the rhythmic, meditative process of winding, threading, and interlacing each thread to create her one-of-a-kind woven art.
Shorter warp lengths ensure each item is unique. Tea towels are woven eight per colour series resulting in coordinated, but not identical, towels.
Naked Lamb Weaving Studio is located in Myrtle, Ontario just 10 minutes outside the historic town of Port Perry. All weaving takes place on traditional wooden floor looms using fine quality yarns such as wool, cotton, linen, hemp, silk, cashmere, and possum down. It houses an ever-changing collection of yarn, looms and other fibre equipment and provides space for students to discover their joy of weaving.