Finally, all the painting and repair work are done. That's a good thing, cause I am tired of all the commotion.
The big hole that was the dry well is now filled up, three windows have new sills, some rotted soffit has been replaced, a new squirrel hole has been patched, and the whole house is painted and looks fantastic.
I am relieved to have it behind me.
I started working on the Schacht 4 harness with the cotton baby blankets in M's and O's. I am embarrassed to tell you how long ago I started them.
But I have resolved to finish them. I have no idea how many yards of warp I have on there. I keep telling L we should write that information down, and tape it to each and every loom.
But so far, we haven't done that.
I am assuming there are 12 yards on the loom, since there is no sectional beam, so I would have had to have used the warping board. I can't imagine doing less yardage than I could have.
I vowed that this year I would challenge myself with my weaving, and do more 'fun' stuff. You know, something other than production weaving to pay the bills.
I have kind of slipped off that slope.
So today, I sat down, and tried to pick up where I'd left off.
The Schacht is in the upstairs hallway.
It was a lovely place to weave.
I am going to try to pick up my good intentions, and pay more attention to what is good for me.
Sometimes you get off track, life can throw you a lot of curves.
My life, lately, has been complicated.
Responsibilities and an 8 month headache at the top of the list.
But today, I decided I would work on getting my rhythm back.
What do you think?