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I love your color combo
I agree with Endorph. Gee, what's next!
Are you sure you want to put this on the floor-maybe it would look even better on the wall as a piece of art!
Thanks Sally. I guess that's always the debate with functional weaving, but I think I'll actually enjoy it more having it near me in the kitchen where I get to interact with it all the time. Besides, why shouldn't the things we use in our everyday life be beautiful as well as functional (rugs, towels, placemats, blankets)?
I'm a big admirer of your work. I've been carefully following your Art Deco towels, which I think are beautiful. I hope to use the draft (or it's original version) for some placemats to go with some mid-century modern dishes I have. Thanks for being such a detailed and thorough sharer.
As for what's next, I rented the loom for this rug. (I have a jack loom that couldn't handle the rug tension.) So I think what's next is stepping up to a sturdier countermarche loom. (Yikes!)
I totally love this rug! It makes me want to try kokrabradg - I haven't done any rep weaving, but now I might have to. :-)
Thanks Peg. This is my first attempt at krokbradg (or any boundweave for that matter.) Nothing very difficult here as long has you have a countermarche loom that can also handle the high tension.
Can't krokbradg be done on a jack loom? I have a Macomber, and I know it can handle high tension.
krokbradg on my jack loom as well as on my RH loom - it is a fascinating weave.
A jack loom that can handle high tension and still make a good shed will, of course, work. I have a Leclerc Nilus II and there is no hope of weaving a krokbradg rug on that loom -- believe me, I've tried. Sorry for "over-generalizing."
Beautiful! I've always love Kro..... however you spell it! :-)
:) I know...it seems to be spelled so many different ways. However you spell it, THANKS!
This is so beautiful, I love this weft faced weave! It looks great .
Thanks Cathie, I appreciate the kind remarks and the moral support for my first rug!
that's wicked awesome. :)
I absolutely love this! Care to share your pattern?