As a follow up to my last post ‘It’s All in the Sett’; I did decide to work on this tea towel pattern. The pattern has so much potential and by sleying it at the wrong sett I did the pattern an injustice. I did however get some really lovely tea towels, just not exactly the tea towels I wanted.
As well as adding more ends I was running low on the aquamarine blue, so I had to swap out some of the stripes.....essentially making an entirely new stripe sequence.
As you can see I’m nowhere near ready to weave, but I shall persevere and I know they will be wonderful!
While the weather here on Vancouver Island has been rainy and dull, dull, dull I decided to go to my happy place, which is my kitchen.
Three days ago I started making ‘Cold Rising Sourdough Bread’ from Martin Johansson’s book Bread, Bread, Bread. This is actually a three day process, with Day 1 invigorating the sourdough culture, (I made this no yeast culture about 10 years ago and she’s a goddess!) Day 2 was actually making the bread and doing all the intermittent stretches and coil turns and then popping it into the Bannetons to chill overnight in the fridge. This morning all I had to do was to bake the two loaves.
This is the round one.
This is the oblong one.
And this is what happens when you are too lazy to put them on separate baking sheets to bake independently! Thankfully they still taste amazing.