In search of a bench and instead
Teatowel, raddle, drawings
This is my last post about how I haven
I was on the weaver Margot
It was my first time volunteering in the Guild library, which was great, while chatting with one of my
Swedish Summer Blanket (part 1)
After the success of my first rug (pictured below), I’ve decided to raise the bar and take on a blanket from a pattern, ableit a very simple one. It’s a Swedish Summer blanket from the book Favorite Scandinavian Projects to Weave, and is a basic tabby weave using a cotton/linen warp and wool singles as the weft. It also has 589 warp ends in total, which means I spent an entire afternoon counting and at last the end of the threading is in sight, only about 40 left to go.
I made an impulse buy yesterday of an umbrella swift when I was picking up some wool for some projects unrelated to weaving.