Getting the space ready to weave has taken longer than I hoped, mainly because I’ve been busy playing with friends. But I have promised myself to wind a warp tomorrow. The yarn is a fine, 20/2 cotton and linen blend. The weave structure will be a huck lace, four harness. I plan on boring readers, if I have any left, by detailing the whole process.
The loom to the right is a 48 inch Macomber that has never had a warp on it, at least since I have owned it. The one on the left is a Schacht Spindle; one of the first. The serial number is 32! I bought it in 1977. It is still my favorite loom.
The space is fairly large so I plan on bringing my other looms and spinning wheels down as well.
My new/used warping mill. Yeah!!!! So much easier than using a warping board.
Do we all know about your new blog? Have you advertised it, so we can all be bored? Yeh, right!!! I like it! I like it!