[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"] I was determined to finish Sheepy Wool 2 today, but it took longer to “weave off” the remainder of the Valentine warp then I thought. I did get two pretty great looking samples or pillow tops from
[gallery link="file" order="DESC" orderby="title"] Valentine is done (just needs to be hemmed), the 10th anniversary party committee work is done (for my son’s former school), Christmas is done and I can take a deep breath and go back to the studio.
[gallery link="file" order="DESC" orderby="title"] Despite a nasty fall on the ice followed by a shameful expletive that echoed through the cold, still, Christmas Eve morning, I managed to work in the studio for most of the day (dressing the loom for
Not one minute in the studio today - arghhh! The holiday season brought flu shots, largely unsuccessful/crowded/expensive present shopping, grocery store, pantry re-organization. And now when I should head out to finish weaving Sheepy Wool or dressing the loom for
[gallery link="file" order="DESC"] Today, another gorgeous blue-sky, super cold day was spent working on Sheepy Wool 2 and winding and beaming a warp for the Valentine baby blanket. Sheepy wool 2 is something of a grind because I don’t like weaving