Crazy as a Loom

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

So not dumb!

Well, it turned out to be BRILLIANT.

Yes, it did.  And I am soooo happy.  It saved us so much time and  work.

Pulled through and almost ready.

I thought I had another brilliant idea today.  I made a page on my web site, crazyasaloom for used stuff, and I put a whole page of books up.   I figured I could then direct interest from here, and from FB to that page.
But my servor had a glitch, and I couldn't publish the site when I was done.   It's still not working, hours later.

So I'm waiting.
I have to go to Staples and buy some large, heavy, book worthy envelopes anyway.

I am fortunae that this is the only loom that doesn't hurt my neck.  I sit up perfectly straight when I am weaving on it, and my neck stays pretty happy.
Although today, the headache stuck around, so I didn't do much at all, just enough to know I love this pattern, and I really love these colors.


Texan said...

Love the last photo .. the blues and golds.. very pretty!

Mrs. M - The Book Lady said...

So beautiful! The colors glow!

Vicky said...

Love the pattern- oh my its beautiful on so many fronts! The colors truly are beautiful- such intricate work - I would love to just sit and watch you weave.

Karen said...


Daryl said...

lovely pattern and colors ... and i am crossing fingers that the page loads!

Unknown said...

I love the colors! I wonder if you wore a neck brace while weaving for long periods, if it would help your neck?


518Frenchgirl said...

Hi Hilary, Your weaving looks great, nice pattern. Last blog I posted, started with a glitch, so I restarted the whole thing, entitled it the same and you guessed it, when I went to delete the first one, they both got deleted! Twenty-five pictures and comments, all gone...I just redid the whole thing immediately instead of fretting over it. I hope your work shows up on your server soon. Take care.

Avalanche Looms / Susan Johnson said...

Hilary, I just saw this on Pinterest, and thought it was so beautiful, before I even saw it was yours!
No wonder you love the pattern, and loom, and I'm so glad it works with your poor neck. I love what you weave


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