I finished my warping class project made from linen.
It's washed and and put away now. I have a plan for it but I'm not ready to start.
Then I did a project with tencil and some hand spun.
Again, finished, washed and put away.
Now I've just finished warping for a scarf, which if I can get the hang of the beat, will be beautiful. Merino wool and silk yarn. Soooo soft.
The warp will be the dark blue shown here as dividers between the color strips. God willing and the creek don't rise, it will be this.
From the book Next Steps in Weaving by Pattie Graver.
I managed to warp the loom with 3 colors and very few tears. Good start!
I've also started playing again with Tambour Embroidery again. I first saw it practiced at Lincoln's New Salem but I've put it away for quite a few years. Now I've come across a YouTube Channel by Robert Haven that has me excited about it again.
It's on a sheer piece of material so I can see what my hands are doing.
This site gives a little history and some photos. You actually work from the back and it can include beads and sequins but it can also be just thread. It's a beautiful technique most often used in haute couture design. It's kind of like me - a bit different but nice!!