No, not the new year is looming, but rather what my looms look like as the new year dawns. The idea of photographing your loom(s) on New Year’s Day has become an annual invitation by Meg over at Unravelling, and this is the 2nd year I’ve joined the fun. Without further ado…
Above, the Missouri [...]
The last two days here in Western New York have been so amazingly beautiful, so warm and lovely, that it’s hard to think about the Frankenstorm that’s coming. Too hard to stay inside the house, even when there’s tons to be done to be ready for my next show.
How to solve this dilemma?
When I left the Letchworth Arts & Crafts show last year I decided I had to have more small items to sell this year. Way back in December I started some pick up weaving on my rigid heddle loom specifically for this purpose. I finally finished the weaving in May.
Now, I’ve really finished the [...]
Remember way back in January when I showed you a little bit of what I had on my rigid heddle loom? Well, I finally finished weaving the entire warp. I had to cut it off before it was completely done because my cloth beam was full.
I made lots of little pick up designs. [...]
Meg, over at Unraveling, has a tradition I just found out about, and I love it so am joining. She encourages people around the world to show what’s on their looms on New Year’s Day. I decided to go from my largest loom to the smallest.
First is my naked 8H Macomber, a jack loom. [...]