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Submitted by Weavolutionary on Sun, 05/19/2019 - 11:11
I hope we're all busy weaving this month! I've got many projects on the go as usual!
my next damask warp so far!
My handspun warp!
Been away a while spinning flax into linen, and weaving a skirt fabric and learning how to sew with handmade fabric. Now working on getting my counterbalance loom up and running with the help of Don Silsby. He ha been intramental in helping me understand some fine points about a CB loom and how it operates. THANKS DON!
I'm still in the process of beaming the damask warp, nearly there! We were away camping for the long weekend, my heel is now playing up. Hopefully, I can stand a bit this afternoon to weave on the scarf some more and finish beaming the warp. :)