The Marshfield School of Weaving

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Hope State Style | The Marshfield School of Weaving, Marshfield VT | Caroline Goddard

Photos of the Marshfield School of Weaving in Vermont. After a delicious pot luck lunch – one student brought rice pudding made with coconut water, cardamom and rose, my favorite! – I set about trying to capture every nook and cranny at the school like a kid in a candy store. I was fascinated by the shapes, textures and play of light in the studio, across the 18th and 19th century looms, and on the tools and faithfully traditional textiles being produced.

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