Oh, my. It was hard to look at this loom today....
Just last week she got the warp wound on the loom, and she was going to look at patterns to use for the scarf. I know that Bonnie would have chosen a pattern that would have blown us away.
Meanwhile, Marilyn is tied on and ready to start weaving while Liz is working on her chenille scarf warp.
Patty volunteered to twist the fringes on the scarves that Bonnie had taken home to wet-finish. Her husband brought them by this morning.
Carol was on duty helping Linda with some color choices for her next project at home.
Tina brought her handspun yarn to wind off 2 oz. balls. These will be plyed to make 4 oz. skeins of yarn for sale.
Mary is all tied on, and she checked for threading errors....she's ready to start a run of white placemats for the shop.
Gina is back with us today....time to thread and sley her first warp. I heard Carol mention "hemstitching" this afternoon!
My overshot mug rugs are coming along. This red one was finished this afternoon, and I got started on the next one!
Betsy finished un-weaving to correct her treadling error, and now it's clear sailing for her towels.
Lunch time.....time to share stories about how Bonnie made us laugh.
She will be missed.
Stay safe, my fiber friends.
Wear those masks and remember to keep social distance!