Thursday, October 25, 2012

Weaving Handspun on my Cricket

I spent a good part of the summer weaving up some handspun singles that have been lying around for a couple of years. It was lovely wool, spun from layered rovings purchased from SnokistFarmGirl
in 2009. Since I had only a few ounces of each color combination, I decided to warp my rigid heddle and weave some scarves. 

I used the 8 dent heddle that came with the loom, which gave me a nice, open cloth that fulled very well. 

 
The scarves are light and airy, soft and warm. 






I played with stripes  in the warp,


and stripes in the weft.


But mostly I just played with color,

 
and enjoyed the calming rhythm of plain weave.


It was delightful to not worry about structure and pattern for a while,

and just play.

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