Monday, January 07, 2008

Wonderfully Woven

Lookie what I wove on my trusty tri-loom...





Shawl in "mid-loom".



Yes, that would be a lovely, loopy, quite tartan-like shawl! I even fringed it and I'm not a fringer!

Well, not a fringer in the myriad long strings sense anyway.

I cannot tell you how amazing it is to be weaving again! Although the process of making fabric differs somewhat when weaving on a tri-loom as opposed to that of a traditional floor loom. However, the rhythm of the weave transcends the type of loom used to create the fabric nonetheless...Over, under, over, under, over, under...

I love it!

Which is good because I have to finish up my diamond loom projects and make some time to dress my new Ashford Knitters Loom...

16 comments:

Gina said...

that ...is...awesome.

Kim said...

So, when you dress a loom, does it like to casual in jeans and a T-shirt or do you put something on it with a little glitter?

Seriously, I don't know these loom terms.

Kim

Telmah said...

Love the plaid!

naomi said...

Beautiful !!

Pam said...

That is gorgeous. I love the plaid.

Caroline B said...

Lovely - what fun!

Christina said...

Its gorgeous!

Ellen Bloom said...

Faboo! I'm waiting for the orange, pink and lime green version plaid!

Allena said...

beautiful!

i linked to you today, b/c of your wonderful puppet show pattern in crochet today. though not many people read my blog so it won't be huge at all.

Pam said...

Beautiful!

susan said...

oh my goodness regina. this shawl is so spiff. and after taking a look at the ashford, well, i am totally smitten. i always imagined weaving again in my old age with a full four harness in my living room ;-)
but this might be just the ticket for SOONer than LATEr.
wow!
your shawl just rocks.
xo
s

Aurora said...

WOW is all i can say..........

Batty said...

It looks so incredibly warm and comfy! I love it!

cherriss said...

How long does it take to work this shawl?

Kristin said...

Beautiful job!

Anonymous said...

Breathtaking shawl! I love it!