Awesome! Let us know how it goes. :D
I have tried weaving once when I was a teenager and I absolutely loved it.;) xo
I recognise that expression, I see it reflected in the monitor when I've got twenty layers open and been too idle to name them. What the hell's that one do!!
That was a charming post. I look forward to the result.Greetings from London.
Hurrah! for finding what you should be doing! I am happy for you! Weaving is such a cool thing as well!
that is beautiful cloth you are making there, j.and i made me smile to see you in one of your favorite un-attainable in dk gap hoodies. :-)
Wow! Looks like a massive project to me involving many, many woman-hours. may you perservere.
Just to see you so concentrated with a little smile, wonderful. It's a good time to try new things.
How wonderful! I can see this becoming addicting. What a fun thing to learn. Very sweet little post, as well. Put a smile on my face. :o)
I love the meditative nature of weaving. To me it's very Zen-like, getting into the rhythm of the shuttle going back and forth. But I confess I have no patience for dressing the loom. Hence, I'm a failed weaver. *sigh*
I've always wanted to do that because my mom told me that is is really FUN FUN FUN! Too cool! Love the pic...great angle.
I wove at camp one time. I really enjoyed it. I wish I could go back and do it again because right now, I fear it would be one more distraction and I don't want it to be a distraction.Hey! I have a great idea. You can do it. And don't let it be a distraction for you. And I will feel...better.
we have a weaver's society here and they do such beautiful work, even spinning their own yarn.yay for finding a calling
ooh, I'd love to learn that! great photos of you :-) hope norway is treating you ok!
you look very focused in that second one. are you sure you know what you're doing?
wow, um wow! that is a big commitment! can you rent the looms ;) I do know what you mean. I have sat at one and had a pro at my elbow. It is amazing - instant gratification. Looking forward to see what comes of this (are you sure you aren't just jet lagged?)
i honestly can't wait to see what comes of this!
That is so neat. I have always wanted to give that a whirl. I cannot wait to hear more.
That looks like it could be either crazy-making or intensely therapeutic. Let us know which one, okay?
Oh that looks like so much fun! Show us how it turned out when you're done.
more fabric, more fabric.. I thought you might enjoy the green bag lady's blog - she is making free fabric shopping bags with amy butler fabric - beautiful patterns...http://greenbaglady.blogspot.com/2009/07/amy-butler.html
oh wow! where was that?maybe an extension to your blue room is on order...? :)
that loom rocks. i've always wished i learned to weave.
WHERE are you doing this?It makes me happy to see pictures of you. xx
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