The lace was so much fun to play with and weave. I'm on the last six inches of the plain weave part that will be on the table top. And, wouldn't you know it, the outside threads popped! Carl suggested that I run plain white sewing thread along with the outside threads, and it worked like a charm. I'll have a little warp left over....I think I'll do a narrow repeat of the lace to make a table topper for my living room.
Also, the more I study her writings, the more I want to read. This woman was AMAZING!
I have downloaded a few more of her publications from the archive in Arizona:
This link should come with a warning: you will spend hours there! It's as bad as doing genealogy research! (By the way, I found these used books on Amazon a few years back, and I have placed a bunch of sticky notes and markers where I have found little gems along the way.)
You can bet that I'll be going back to the Shuttle-craft book (when I get smarter) and play with those Summer and Winter blocks!!! (And, there are a lot of overshot blocks I want to tweak, too!)
Too much fun! A ton to learn!
Happy Weaving (and learning!)