yowza

The whole month of March?!  Really? Seriously? It’s just gone?…whoa.

So, I’m learning a new weaving style called “back strap”, (the loom is literally a strap you put around your back, of course, hence the name!).  I’ll admit I took the class to be social (peer pressure! if all your weaving friends were jumping off a cliff…?).  I didn’t think I really wanted a new way to weave; I love the weaving I do so incredibly much. However, I thought it would be an interesting intellectual exercise (which it was), I’d learn something about how another culture has traditionally done weaving (which I did) and then I’d move on (which I have NOT).  HA! So much for that theory.  I have found that I really like it just for itself and can actually see myself doing it in the future.  How fun!

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(Don’t look too close, it’s pretty wonky and I was taking the picture myself so everything except the band is actually in focus!)

I promise, though, tomorrow there will be huge coverlet weaving.  So, be warned, totally adorable cute little band.  No matter how much you taunt me from the other side of my fiber studio, I will not succumb to your sweet seductiveness, you wonderfully compact, instantly gratifying tiny weaving process.  I want to manhandle a 56 inch, 8 harness loom…

2 thoughts on “yowza”

  1. Love reading about new adventures. Great article.

    I have been a member of the fiber guild in the past. My job has kept me from meetings.

    Do you know someone interested in a table look? I bought it from Ruth, but am downsizing.

    Thanks for sharing your journey.

    Patricia

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    1. Hi Patricia! Thanks for the kind comment! I wanted to let you know that I removed your phone number and email. Not that I get a lot of traffic here but I didn’t want your info to be snatched by just anyone. So if someone is interested in Patricia’s table loom, please send me a message and I’ll get you her contact info:)

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