This is my newest Saori Weaving creation. I am well over halfway done with it. It will be a Cowl. As much as I love my four harness loom, I find that I use it more as a Rigid Heddle for most of my projects...or I simply use my small Rigid Heddle. When it comes to weaving with handspun, the beauty of the yarn explodes with the Rigid Heddle a the texture and color just shine. I've sold a few of my cowls recently so my goal is to weave a few more before the holiday show season starts. I have been getting a lot of work done on the loom in the early morning hours before everyone wakes up and before I have to go to work. One day I will be able to spin and weave all day...one day.
I am also knitting another Trillian shawl by Martina Behm using a Merino Fingering Weight yarn I purchased back in 2010. See, I'm working on my stash pile ;-) This shawl will be a gift and I seem to only find time to knit it at lunch hour.
Oh, I did finish some more handspun too! How could I forget that?
My first 100% Silk yarn. It is delicious! .7oz, 146 yards 2 ply 20WPI
That's all for my week of creativity.
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