Welcome to the interwoven world of Lois Gaylord, where everything is connected. Her deep connection to Spirit and “fiber-brained” ideas have brought her to avodat ha’lev, the work of her heart. Lois weaves these two passions into her ceremonial cloths. And through her works of art, she explores the connections between our daily lives and Spirit.

Upcoming Events





Beginning Weaving Classes at the Swedish Club, Seattle – Meets on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 – 8:30 pm
New Classes begin on, Sept. 11th.
From yarn to finished cloth, learn the fundamentals of this ancient craft. Series of four two-hour classes: 9/11, 9/25, 10/2, 10/9 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. (Note: no class on 9/18 – Yom Kippur starts that evening.) Following Fall sessions start on Oct. 16th & Nov. 13. (We will also skip class on 11/20 – for Thanksgiving week) Classes are also open to teens with an accompanying adult. Home-schoolers are welcome. Class limited to 7 students. Contact the club to register: (206) 283-1090 or rsvp@swedishclubnw.org – See Programs & Classes Page for class description.

Finding Focus -- Painted jigsaw puzzle, pins, threads, wire, beads, 20” x 16”, © 2013Understanding Color Class             Saturday, Nov. 10th –  11am – 3 pm
Schack Art Center, Everett, WA
One day, 4 hour class covers the basics of color theory including terminology, the color wheel, and explores different types of color relationships. In other words, why do those colors look good together, and those other ones don’t. Contact Schack to register, class needs a minimum of 3 students by August 3rd to run. 
See Programs & Classes Page for full description.


Follow the threads that connect the pieces of her puzzle on her blog Interlaced Musings.

Discover how she got here on the about page.

Find out what she’s doing on the calendar page.

See more of her art on the gallery page.

IMG_2488-156Learn more about ceremonial cloths and tallit on these pages.

Mission: To create art with a spiritual focus or for spiritual use, art that celebrates the threads of spirit that connect us all. To make beautiful cloth in support of a person’s spiritual practice.