Talk at Sprinkler Factory Gallery, on Sunday May 29th, 2:30 pm

May 29th  (Sunday) 2:30pm-3:30pm, Free, Open to public  at Sprinkler Factory Gallery,  38 Harlow Street, Worcester

As a participants of the current show “Various Artists, Various Media” Mihoko will give  a talk about SAORI weaving and her work.



Textile Trio at The Mill Museum, Windham Textile & History Museum on Sunday, June 25th, 2016

“Textile Trio is the three Saturdays event at Windham Textile and History Museum, 411 Manin St. Willimantic, CT

10am-4pm,  $10 per adult, $5 per child under 8 which includes a full tour of the museum

June 11th (Saturday) -Quilting and Fiber Arts

18th (Saturday) – Knitters, World Wide Knit in Public Day

25th (Saturday) – Weavers/Spinners  ( Mihoko will attend on this day as a vendor with 2 looms)


Workshop at Brookline, MA at Art with Amy on July 5th, 2-4pm

Off-studio workshop at Art with Amy, 45 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA on July 5th, 2-4pm.

Please sign-up with Amy by calling at 617-435-9768 or visit her website at .



Maker’s Fair on Fort Point Channel (in front of Boston Children’s Museum) on Saturday, July 23rd, 2016

July 23rd (Sun.) Open to public

Mihoko will bring 2 looms for visitors to weave on the SAORI looms as well as selling her work.


Dragonfly Festival of Ashland on Saturday, August 13th, 2016

Mihoko will bring 2 looms for visitors to weave on the SAORI looms as well as selling her work

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  • Happy Spring!

    I know that Spring is around the corner. It's a great time to start something new. Since my class doesn't have a fixed starting day or a registration due day, many people seems that they put their plan to come to my studio on hold. I have been told by a bunch of people that they were planning to take my lessons "this year" of "soon" whenever they saw me . It seems to me that people need a due day to make decisions especially to start something new even though they are longing to do it for a while.
    What motivates you to do something new? In this very busy lives so many people are so used to spend days by following what is supposed to be taken care of. How about taking care of yourself?
    SAORI weaving is not just a hobby or a craft you gain a weaving skill. It gives you a relaxation, it creates space in your mind, it gives you a creative stimulation in a friendly atmosphere. So why don't you try it this new season? The trial class is only $20 including materials for two hour session to weave on pre-set warp. You may come to our spinning workshop instead. (See events page.) Hope to see more new faces at the studio!