If you thought I'd be complaining about the return of foul weather, you'd be wrong. I'm just going to ignore it......
This popped up on Facebook this morning, and I think it was meant for me!
Fabric and Yarn!!!
That top cubby on the left.....it would be crammed full at my house! But, I'm beginning to think that might be a good way to sort the collection.
Then, look what popped up on my email account!!! Interweave is having a sale, and I had been thinking about getting this video. Yes....I paid for it and did the download. No....I haven't finished watching it.
But, I have already had some of my questions answered.
Tom Knisley gives a great explanation about dealing with different sizes of yarns in the same warp, and how he makes it all come together. And, I think I might just be ready to try a front to back approach now that I have seen his example.
I had been putting some yarns together that I thought would make good scarf warps. Thanks to Carol, I had these plastic boxes to keep them all together. There will be more sorting and playing before any of them become a scarf, but I get the idea.
AND, I will finish watching the videos before I start winding the warp! It's just a nice break from weaving one more place mat! (I'm kinda stuck on #8.)
All in all, it's a great way to spend a chilly day! I'm not going to let this weather get me down!