This year the weavers thought about one weaving goal they want to work towards in 2020. We wrote our goal on a piece of paper and sealed them in this Mason jar. The last Tuesday of the year, we will open the jar and see if we have accomplished our goals! We even have goals for the group.....something to work towards!
One of our goals is to keep our equipment in good shape. Ray is always ready to help out with repairs and replacement parts. He's doing a huge overhaul on the Studio Loom, and he's waiting for some supplies that have been ordered.
Peggy is getting a start on one of the group goals: more placemats for the shop. She wound her warp at home, and she'll be using this fabric for the weft. I'm looking forward to seeing these mats!
Jocelyn is working on more towels, which we always need upstairs!
Liz cut off her warp of three scarves. We seem to always have someone wanting a "man's scarf" and these should be perfect.
Mary finished the 62" piece for a "walker bag" and there's just enough warp left for a table runner.
Peggy went back to help Linda wind on her warp. When this warp is ready, that's more towels for the shop.
Carl finished one placemat and started weaving another today. Chalk up another set to go upstairs!
Pat finished threading the new rug warp, and she cut weft this afternoon. She'll be weaving next week!
Bowl cozys are always needed, and Anna is weaving more fabric for the project.
Want to try to weave some Bronson lace? Pearl could give you some pointers.
Susan found a great little loom! It's a 4 now, 4 later Macomber! Tina gave it the once over so she would know what she needs to finish setting it up. Yes, that's a pearl cotton warp wound on the loom. She'll be able to work on her weaving goals!!!!
Patty's loom still has plenty of black warp for more placemats. We are going to have a great variety for the shop.
Betsy is inching towards the end of this warp. The last bit will be fabric that can be used for other projects.
Sometimes our goal for the day is just being with each other!
We'll let Marie and Carol keep us in line!