It might be Olympic overload....I've watched more than my fair share of events this week. I really thought I would have finished my art yarn scarf earlier in the week, but I got a little side tracked by some other projects.
But, here is what I have so far.....the weft is cotton crinkle that I got on my last visit to R&M. The warp is threaded on 1 and 4, and the art yarn is threaded 2 and 3. I treadle 1-2, 4-2 for an inch or so, then I treadle 1-3, 4-3 to bring the other strand up for a bit. This is fun, fun, fun!!!!
I hope to get it off the loom by tomorrow! (Yes, that's my goal and I'm sticking to it!!!)
Since the kids at Kid's Camp loved weaving so much, they wove off two of the three warps on the table looms at the Center. That's great! I'm glad they love weaving so much! But, that also means I have to put new warps on the looms for the class at the Center. I got the news on Tuesday that not only was the class full (4 students) but there were four people on the waiting list.......would I consider another class date???? Yes, we can do another one in September........
It was very busy at the Center on Tuesday, and I did get one loom almost warped, so I decided to warp little Smoky here at the house. And, while I was winding warps, I made two warps for Parker Pup. So, once the scarf is off, I'll warp him for the class next Saturday.
And, last, but not least.....
Linda emailed me on Monday that she had found some display racks listed on Craig's List....did I want to go with her to look at them. Of course I did!
I got a great four arm display that we can use at Foothills in November....and I found this little darling I want to use for cowls, scarves and shawls! This is one of my cowls that I crocheted from my art yarn. It can sit on a table, or since it expands, it can stand on the floor, too.
So....this is how my week went....jumping from one thing to another! That's OK.....my days are never boring. And, I'm sure this will be a Super Saturday.....no....a Super Weekend!
Happy Weaving (and other fiber goodies!)