I have finally faced my short warp and started tying it on. Almost done, almost ready to finish up this project. I got the new book, Doubleweave, by Jennifer Moore, last week, and am going to weave the sampler she has in the book. It starts with plain double weave: tubular, open on one side and open in the middle. Then, it has pick up, quilted and other double weave-ly stuff. I'm really excited to get started on it!
At the center, I'm still working on the linen hand-manipulated lace hand towels. I'm having some tension problems, and I don't like the way the newest pattern came out. I drafted it myself, and it's just not making me happy. I've decided to cut the warp, pull off the finished towels (three? four?), and fix the tension problems. I'll tie it back on and get going again. That, however, will have to wait a couple of weeks. The next two weeks, I'll be working at the farm on Tuesdays. When I get back, this warp will get my full attention.
When he was small, he loved to hide under Bella's food and water stand. Every once in a while, he thinks it would be fun to try again. Unfortunately, he's just a teeny bit too big.
And he looks adorable in it, of course.