I haven’t gotten all the hand stitching of bindings done on the project I posted yesterday so I haven’t included it in my Fabric stashbusting numbers yet. So currently they remain at:
But that number should change by next week when I get that binding done and that will be the last of my Loopy Academy fabric projects done. This week I hope to get a little sewing done each night on the lap quilt I need to finish before Christmas.
And on other crafty artistic fronts – I couldn’t wait to get a new scarf warped on the loom.
I never remember to measure how long I warp it – but it’s somewhere between 8 and 10 feet I think.
I’m using the same yarn in the warp and the weft. I love how the strips show through but the color changes are wider and more gradual across the weft. The flash is again washing out the colors but it’s turning out really nice. And I even made progress last night on my sweater – one sleeve done and the other started.
Love the colors.
I have not tried weaving but your beautiful scarfs are making it very tempting. I do not need any more projects…I do not…so I will just enjoy looking at your beautiful creations, but I would love to touch the first one it looks like it would be so soft and comfy.
I’ve never tried weaving but this is intriguing me. The scarves are beautiful and I can only imagine how soft they feel.
It’s very pretty. I’ve got a vintage loom but don’t know how to use it.
Well my dearie, you need to figure that out and weave some of that ‘paca fiber of yours. 🙂
That is turning out so beautiful and that yarn is scrumptious. The winter jeweltone colors are my favorites too.
Both your green blue and purple magenta woven scarves are lovely! Perfect for our pending chilly weather. Enjoy and stay warm! Cathy