Here is the draft I'm using, these placemats seem to be quite quick to weave, so hopefully I'll get them done poste haste.
I received an unexpected gift in the mail the other day from Ann Maxvill in Montana, one of the GCW scarf exchange participants.
Ann wove this book mark in very fine variegated yarn and dropped in a washer part way though; she then stabelized the washer by needle weaving through the centre hole to ensure that it didn't move and then allowed the yarn to find it's own level around the washer. Great idea eh?
There always seems to be things to keep me off loom in the summer. Imagine how nice a bowl of these local peaches is going to be in November with a dollop of yoghurt! The jams are pure peach and a peach and mango blend……yummy doesn’t begin to cover it! Now I hear the tomatoes calling me. I went to the Art of Yarn in Kelowna a couple of days ago, and needless to say, couldn’t walk out the door without something. I was completely gob smacked by this amazing sock yarn from Germany. The purples fading through pink to orange had me as soon as I saw them!