As I was weaving I noticed that the navy warp was releasing a lot of fibre dust, it was making the proverbial dustbunny under my loom! After washing the scarves I hung them up to dry and careful smoothed the wrinkles away then I noticed that my hand was covered with navy fibres.
These polka dot scarves are just wonderful! I loved weaving them and I love the look of them, fun and funky enough for a young woman, but classic enough too. The light dots on one side and dark dots on the other give the scarf a sense of depth and make them a versatile wardrobe addition.
This green is much, much fresher in real life - seems that greens are very temperamental about having their photos taken.
Both looms have had to be moved into the dining room and here they sit, back to back while the studio is having a remodel. The dining table is pushed against the picture window and the chairs have had to be put into our guest room! What a kerfuffle! We've pulled out the pellet stove and are in the middle of installing a gas fireplace, so the dust will be flying for a few days more.
Right now the plan is to put one loom in the den/office and the other in the family room. I keep telling myself that change is a good thing!