Not difficult as it is plain weave and isn’t very wide – 8 inches. I’m hoping it only shrinks to 5! Also hoping I have enough weft for this. Using handspun baby alpaca. I think I do.
And it’s true. This is a sweet little piece. 13 inches wide and abour 45 inches in length so far. Plain weave and using all handspun for warp and weft. Not sure what this will be. A scarf? Maybe if there is enough I can make a little vest from it.
Inventoried what I have. I bought a bunch of different fiber in the summer. What I did today was match what I bought with a pattern. So I have at least 3 projects lined up. Probably all on my Tools.
I want to do another double weave blanket on the Norwood sometime.
Now to get back into the spinning groove too.
I am weaving away on the new warp which is a variety of handspun. I warped the loom from to back so I could play around with pattern. The weft is also handspun – a llama fiber. I am weaving this in plain weave.
I am weaving more cloth, using my handspun again. This cloth will be grays and whites and a few ends of colors thrown in. Same dimensions as the last.
I have sleyed the reed and am halfway through with threading the heddles. I’ll finish threading tomorrow and next weekend I’ll beam the warp and hopefully start weaving! Again a plain weave using more handspun as weft.
I unwarped the loom, replaced each “bad” end with a “good”, retied, rebeamed, and have begun weaving again. I am very pleased. Tension is definitely more even and the weaving will be straightforward – a plain weave. The warp is multiple skeins of my handwoven; the weft is some gray handspun llama. It’s looking good! One selvedge is a little rough because of the fiber I used but I’m keeping it. So a weaving I will go!