Join Caroline at Taos Wool Festival. She will be teaching a one-day workshop on Exploring Navajo Weaving. See the Wool Festival website to register. Be sure to visit the Cherry Creek Valley Farms booth at the Festival. They will have a full selection of Navajo weaving supplies as well as other fun items.
Dear Fiber Friends,
It is with great pleasure that I announce the sale of C. Cactus Flower Miniature Looms to Cherie and Joe Pitman of Cherry Creek Valley Farms. They have now assumed management and will be shipping your orders. Watch for them at shows around the area. They will continue to make the same great products you have come to expect. This will give me more time to work on development and testing of new products. I will also have more time to teach workshops and to weave!
Thanks to all my wonderful, faithful weaving friends for sixteen years of weaving with C. Cactus Flower miniature looms. May you weave in peace, harmony and beauty,
Welcome to C. Cactus Flower Miniature Looms! I am Caroline Spurgeon, a weaver and developer and builder of the C. Cactus flower Miniature Looms. Also author of Weaving The Navajo Way, How To Create Rugs, Miniatures and More!
Miniature projects enable you to learn the techniques of Navajo style weaving on small looms with a minimum of equipment and supplies. C. Cactus Flower looms are now available in three sizes, enabling you to learn small and then move up in size. The table loom is large enough you are really weaving full-size. All looms are guaranteed for one full year.
If you have any questions or need help with your order, please feel free to email or call me. Please use the form on the Contact Us page or you may call the phone number at the bottom right of this page.
Remember that this is a one-woman operation. If the 'ye ole' loom builder is out of commission nothing gets accomplished! If you have a special request, desire wood that is out of the ordinary or have other spccial needs, please feel free to email me.
May you weave in harmony and beauty,
This site was last updated Sept. 5, 2015