It hasn’t all been fused glass, I’ve got a lovely…. um, something(?) on my small loom that is turning out wonderful. I just don’t know what it will grow up to be because it’s so narrow (6″). Maybe a panel in a summer jacket?
I had a lot of warp left on my small loom (4 shaft, 22″ Rasmussen table loom with leg kit from Seattle Weaving Works, circa 1980) from the linen workshop I took from Katie Reeder Meek in March. The warp was supposed to be linen but mine is 10/2 cotton due to some technical difficulties, namely old and brittle linen and the middle of the night so no store open to fix the issue. But, it’s a nice flax color of 10/2 and the threading was the one I used for my linen workshop; Aldana’s Cat’s Paw and a Wave pattern on an overshot type weave structure. I’m still using a fine linen single (unbleached) for the ground weft but have chosen a 5/2 cotton in light teal for my pattern weft.
I apologize to all my non-weaving readers for the geek-speak. Start weaving, you’ll love it!! 🙂 By the way, there is a lot to be said for a small portable loom that can be easily moved to the front deck on a breezy summer afternoon!
I’ve also been knitting but have not taken photos yet so that will be next post.