Saturday, May 22, 2010

Nekid Looms

For those of you who aren't "from around here,"  you know that "naked" means you don't have any clothes on, right?  And, if you're "nekid" it means that you don't have any clothes on AND you're up to something!!!!  Well, Annee and John are "nekid!"  The warps have been cut off, and they are waiting for their turn to get a spankin' new warp.  The afghan project will be going on Annee, and a new rug warp will be going on John.  Tina is going to come over and bring the tension box, and I'm planning on a 20 yard multi-colored warp for rugs and totebags.  I'm still playing with the color order on the spool caddy.  It's mainly blues with some bright colors thrown in for accent.





  In the meantime, the rug warp is rolled down the front hall.  I have to cut the rugs apart, and knot the fringes.  My laptop tote is on that warp, too.  It will go downstairs to be washed and sewn together.  The pile of items on my sewing table just gets higher and higher!!!


  The news on this homefront is that the looms are getting ready to meet their new sister!  Miz Emily will be coming to live at our house Sunday afternoon.  I'll give you a formal introduction next week!

In the meantime....Happy Weaving!
LouAnn

7 comments:

Tina said...

Don't you just love to see all that work spread out on the floor in front of you!
One question, dog or cat?

LA said...

LOOM!!!!

Theresa said...

Well, nekid looms are always exciting, oh the possibilities! Rugs look great. I guess we'll just have to wait to see exactly what Miz Emily is...

Anonymous said...

Another loom? Wow, you just might have more looms than I do. How exciting! What kind? How big? Where will you put it? Inquiring minds want to know! LOL.

Linda

Bonnie said...

Yes! Where did you get her? Another loom? Where will you put her, in the bathroom??

Maggie said...

Hilarious! I like the loom in the bathroom idea! Not MY bathroom, too small, but I think your hall bathroom would work! NO wasted time that way!

Anonymous said...

Have I mentioned this before that my Mom, about 30 years ago was in a house where the bathroom was fairly large, the bathtub beyond tiny and the only place on that floor for her sewing machine was in the bathroom. Only bathroom in the house too.........
Carol