ANTIC Interview 315 – Sarah Haskell, Computerized Weaving

Sarah Haskell, Computerized Weaving There’s a column in the November 1983 issue of Family Computing magazine, by Jon Zonderman: “Home Business ā€” Compute, Control, and Create. A weaver combines the traditional skills of her craft with a computer and reaps more than one reward.” The article is about Sarah Haskell, a weaver who used an Atari computer to design patterns for weaving, and also to computer-control her loom. [Excerpts from the article.] My interview with Sarah took place on November 13, 2017. Teaser quote: “But with the electronic system, you did not have to get down on the floor and physically re-configure all of the treadles with these little metal hook things. You would basically just change it.” Article in Family Computing magazine Pictures of Sarah with an Atari 800 Macomber Looms and Me blog About Sarah Macomber Looms

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