I was able to finish the overshot weaving project on my loom. I still need to soak and press the fabric but it's done. I was thinking I would make it a cowl but I'm still hesitant about the backside so I need to think what I want to make with the fabric.
|The top part of this photo is the back side of the fabric. |
You can see how it doesn't lend to the design.
I also warped my loom and completed another Saori weaving project. It ended up being 13x62 inches. The project I want to sew needs to be at least 16x74 so I have warped my loom for the coordinating fabric. I've also got it in my head to finally conquer my fear of the sewing machine so I'm going to get some help and attempt to sew some other fabric (checking out the clearance bin at the fabric store) in the design I want before I dare touch the machine to my weaving.
I've been spinning for about 10 minutes a night so not a lot of progress on my wheel. Finally, I'm making progress on my Ghostie socks. This is still the first sock. Only knitting them during lunch has slowed my slow knitting down even more. It's all good, October is still a month away. I promise a photo next week. Now, share your adventures in Fiber Arts!
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