What is it? This is the turned overshot mug rugs that I consulted with Maggie about. The pattern is Snail Trail, and the pattern yarn is the Peaches & Creme that Maggie gave me. The tabby warp and weaving weft will be natural 8/4. I guess I was thinking that a six inch warp usually goes on fairly quick....I just didn't allow that there would be twice as many threads!!!!
So, I guess you know what I'll be doing tonight!
One of the links on the right is for the Smoky Mt. Fiber Arts Festival in April. We demonstrated straw looms during the first couple of years. And, Tina and I even taught a class one year!
They have a great line up of classes being offered this year, and I went ahead and registered for the Dorset Button Making class on Friday, 17 April. Townsend is so pretty in the spring, and the vendors always have something to tempt me!
I'm going to get back to my threading....I have two inches to go. So, let it snow outside all it wants because we are supposed to have a sunny day tomorrow!!!!
Happy Weaving! (and threading!)