Crazy as a Loom

Tuesday, October 25, 2016


I can't believe that it's been a month since I've posted. Time just flies by.

I love autumn, and I love to bake.  It seems the perfect time to start making soups, and that rhubarb
I froze this summer was calling to me.

It makes the best crisp.
And bread is a snap, when you've got the pellet stove fired up, nothing makes it rise so well.

 I'm taking a break from baby wraps for a bit.  This is the last of the Mermaid wraps.  I hope to be taking it to the Hudson Mohawk Weaver's Guild show in November.

This is by my driveway.

One of my favorite maples.  I just love the gold/yellow/oranges.  In fact, it's one of the warps I love the best.

There's this weaving draft that I have lusted over for some time.  But I don't have a computerized loom, so I thought it was out of reach for me.
Then I decided to try it anyway.   It took two hours to peg 110 dobby bars, and they drag on the floor.
I wasn't at all sure it was even going to work.

I was thrilled to find out that it DOES work.

Is it feathers?  Or trees?

I don't know but I love it.

So I decided that pegging dobby bars is not that much fun, and since I really don't want to buy another loom, I ordered the Compudobby from AVL for my loom.  It won't be here until Christmas, or after, but wow, it's exciting still!!!!

I am blessed with my family, and it's a special joy when my youngest grand comes to visit.

Here she is giving me the look.  She had instructed me to STOP taking her picture.

But a little later, she forgave me.

Life is good.   I'll try to be back sooner.  I'm amazed that anyone is still out there reading.

Welcome to my world.

Because every thread counts

Because every thread counts