…frustration, in this case.
After fighting with the warp to get it beamed, I fought with it for most of the weaving, too.
I wove one towel & had to cut it off & re-tie because the warp was so poorly tensioned. All will be well now, I thought.
I had to weave [...]
A friend asked me to weave her a custom alpaca scarf. As always, I’m happy to do so. She chose the colors to coordinate with a new jacket, and picked the specific pattern from some images I’d sent her.
The lime and forest yarns are an alpaca-silk blend from WEBS, the cream and black [...]
Every year Meg over at Unravelling asks weavers to post photos of their looms on New Year’s Day. In all their glory — or not. No glamming things up for the shots. Here are my looms, now numbering four (gasp!) as is and where they sit.
First in my home and my heart, my beloved [...]
After Fire in the Hills I decided I’d go back and weave some single color scarves, adding more handwoven lace to my stock. I like the lightness of lace, its symmetry, and the fact that it seems so complex when it’s complete. I like huck and I like Swedish lace, using them each to achieve [...]
You may recall that back when I was watching my grandson for a week I brought the Missouri loom with me, with a rayon warp already wound on the back beam. Without thinking about it, I had warped it with enough length for four huck lace scarves. In solid black. Black is clearly the most [...]