Monday, January 28, 2008


This is a scarf woven on my midsized rigid heddle loom. The yarn is a cotton, acrylic and polyester by Patons. It was very challenging to weave as the strands caught on each other. I finally figured out that I needed to bring the heddle forward each row before raising the shed and the yarn would then stay separate. It went much faster after that little discovery. I notice that the most helpful and quickest way to do anything usually comes when you are almost finished. It is a good hint for the next scarf I am weaving.

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