Suzanne Hubbard learned the art of weaving in Nantucket and Sweden, and has shown her tapestries in galleries and museums. Over decades of weaving she has developed a deeper appreciation for the craft. Weaving’s patterning process resembles a life-patterning process. Therefore, in addition to its visual aspects, it also creates a non-verbal language that graphically expresses Nature’s world of interdependent relationships. We are a part of this fabric too. Pattern, structure, and texture remain the primary elements in her work––and each tapestry expresses an important theme when seen from the integrated perspective of the whole cloth. She writes, teaches Life-Weaving, and weaves at home on Vashon Island.