Sunday, August 1, 2010

ANXIETY

Here is my desk. I can't work with such a mess. I will tell you why it is the way it is.
I don't usually blog today. I thought this would help relieve my anxiety. You know a stress relief. As of Thursday I had gotten my white warp ready for the reed. Since then I found time to warp the reed and tie on. I got started on my first rectangle for the friendship afhgan. I have the Macomber programed and ready. (A quick update. In the past it would drop harnesses or not raise them. I have had trouble with it.) I thought I would give it another try. My mistake. I have woven 2 inches, taken out 1, woven 3, taken out 1 so on an on. It still drops the harnesses or the pistons will not fire to lift them. If you haven't seen a Macomber with a dobie computer, then this makes no sense. The jest is that it is not working. There is a manual mode to which I will have to read the book to see how it works. Here is what I have gotten done finally. It is going to be nice if I can figure out how to get it finished. Think. After this one I only have 15 more to go. Maybe by by blog day I will have it finished.  No, this did not relieve my anxiety. Hope you have a good weaving week.

Until Thursday.
Bonnie

7 comments:

LA said...

Although I don't have a dobby, I feel your pain! This project has been a challenge for each of us in different ways. Just know I'm sending you positive thoughts!!!

Roxie said...

These labor-saving devices can be more trouble than they're worth. Hope you get the sucker sorted soon. Sending good vibes!

Bonnie said...

Thank you guys. The fix may be a $750 Dobbytron box.

Tina said...

I hope you get it sorted out. At least you can go manual.

Linda said...

Wow, the fix sounds expensive. I hope you can get the manual dobby figured out. Don't give up. You will get it going.

Anonymous said...

Sorry you're having problems with the loom. Technology can be so difficult!!!
Carol

Anonymous said...

Just read what Laura Fry said:
Gotta love the technology - some days. Others - not so much!
I think she meant that for you too, Bonnie!!!
Carol