It's been a while since I've done any weaving but I fixed that this weekend. Two workshops, two projects, two looms back in action.
Saturday's project was a woven scarf made from self-striping sock yarn on a rigid heddle loom.We only had 3 hours in class, so most people made a small sampler. Yeah, not me. I warped up a 72" long x 10" wide full-length scarf. I didn't get it done in class but I finished it tonight while watching teevee.Pink's not my usual color but this yarn's been in my stash for awhile and I wanted to use it up. The scarf took only half the skein, so I may be making another one soon.
Surprisingly, it almost is that easy. We started at 9 and I had the loom warped by lunch. By the time 4 o'clock rolled around, I'd woven over 30".
Of the eight in today's class, only three are doing the Stash Vest.
And since I'm back to weaving, I need some new tools, right? And it matched yesterday's scarf; how could I leave it behind?Yeah, that's my story and I'm sticking to it.