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Wednesday, February 15, 2017


I was able to get more weaving done yesterday.  I have now woven a bit more than 40 inches on this wrap.  Since I'm shooting for 72-80 inches without fringe, that means I'm more than halfway done!  This project has been sitting quietly while I work on some other things, but I should be able to get back to it more often now.  I have discovered that I tend to beat harder with my right hand, so I'm trying to consciously ease off a bit on that side.  My guess is that I did that on the scarves too, but it was less noticeable on the narrower width.  I'm working on correcting it on this project, but my next project will also be a wide wrap and it won't be a hound's tooth check.  It's just going to be regular weaving, no color changes, nothing fancy, so I should be able to really work on any issues and get them corrected.  I don't want an uneven beat to become a habit!



Blogger Saren Johnson said...

What's a beat?

7:42 AM  

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