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Thursday, August 11, 2016

The Fifth Weaving Project

Fifth weaving project 
I finally got my loom warped and got started on my Fifth Weaving Project.  This was actually the second warping attempt (since the warping peg came out of the clamp as I was almost finished the first time).  I had to un-warp and re-wind my yarn.  Un-warping takes longer than warping.  I waited for a couple of days, then started over and this second time went quickly and without any issues.
Next weaving project
These are the yarns I'm using again and I am loving these two yarns together!  The way the colors are playing together is so interesting to watch.  That's one of the most fascinating things about weaving for me:  watching what happens when you combine the yarns.  I think that's also why I love plain weave (over, under, over, under) so much.  You can do all sorts of complex weaving patterns, even on a rigid heddle loom, but I love the simplicity of plain weave because it lets the colors be the focus.  Hand dyed yarns have so much going on colorwise, it just makes it more interesting.  I find it interesting at least.  It might not be that interesting to you guys.



Blogger Susanne said...

L.O.V.E. it! so pretty. Thinking of a small heddle loom but oh my afraid of falling down the rabbit hole!!!!

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