Sunday, March 20, 2016

making more



Tying on to the previous warp, I wove a few more small towels with the Gebrochene Twill draft.



I changed the weft color three times.



There is still hemming to be done before they are completely finished. These are 100% cotton and should be nice and absorbent. Hemming and hawing with the idea of winding one more warp with my handspun linen, and weaving the weft with the handspun hemp in the same twill pattern. We'll see.



The wood-thrush and the eastern phoebe have arrived, with the snow buntings still hanging around. Outside, there have been repairs being made to the "grow house". Inside, seeds are germinating. And the seasons turn again.

"I have said that there was great pleasure in watching the ways in which different plants come through the ground, and February and March are the months in which that can best be seen."
- Henry N. Ellacombe

3 comments:

Lisa Greenbow said...

Wow, these pieces are beautiful. You are getting so good at this.
Amazing that wood thrushes are at your place already. We do have Phoebes now. Looking forward to the warbler invasion. :) Happy Spring.

Vlaďka Cepáková said...

Very nice handwoven! You've fallen in love with weaving?

thecrazysheeplady said...

Love your grow house! We saved the windows from the renovation project and I'm hoping to build a cold frame sort of thing this year.

Beautiful weaving!

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