This scarf is for a former coworker’s child. It was fun to weave and turned out nice and soft. Woven on a 7.5 reed using Bamboo Pop yarn. Finished length 50” plus fringe; width 6”.
We’ve enjoyed watching the moon travel through its phases this year.
There is a young woman who has scheduled my oncology appointments and scans for years. She is always helpful, pleasant, and kind. I have wanted to find a way to express my gratitude beyond saying the words ‘thank you’. She told me she likes bright colors, so I wove this scarf for her. Looking forward to giving it to her at my next appointment.
Woven on 4 shaft Louet erica. Warp: juniper moon farm Cumulus rainbow island coast, 8 epi. Weft: brassard 8/2 bamboo medium blue. Finished scarf 70” long (+ 4.5 inches fringe each end) by 8” wide.
We have enjoyed tomatoes, corn, carrots, and potatoes from this year’s spring/summer garden. The eggplant have been tasty, but these are the last of them. It was 108 here today and we are still in July; seems like a good time to put the garden to bed until the fall.
I planned these dish towels for Mark’s cousin, Denise, over a year ago. It took me a long time to decide which colors would best match her wall paper. Then I spent some time planning the weaving draft, before warping the loom and weaving. The towels were woven on a 4 shafts (on an 8 shaft ashford table loom) at 20 epi and 22 ppi. I was pleased with how they turned out and delighted that Denise liked them.
An amusing double crested cormorant
i haven’t been posting lately, so here are a couple of recent projects. First up are flower cards woven on 8 shafts and sent to some friends and family for Easter.
And a scarf in a wool/silk blend woven on 4 shafts.
Hoping to see carolina wren chicks soon!
I haven’t posted in quite some time, but in case anyone is reading, wishing you a very Merry Christmas
We have started enjoying squash and zucchini from the spring garden. We are watching the tomatoes and eggplants grow, and Mark harvested our potatoes this morning. I guess you can find instructional videos about anything on the internet!