Anne Carroll Gilmour—Waulking, Weaving, Knitting, and Designing around the West

Anne Carroll Gilmour grew up in Colonial Williamsburg, where traditional artisans practice trades using 18th Century American production methods. Because she was eager to see what was happening there, Anne often stopped by the weaving room on her walk to and from school. Anne said that after meeting Williamsburg’s master Scottish weaver Norman Kennedy, “there was no turning back.” She was hooked on weaving and textile arts for life. Continue reading “Anne Carroll Gilmour—Waulking, Weaving, Knitting, and Designing around the West”