Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Studio Update

I know I promised pottery pictures next...but I woke up with an awful migraine this morning.  Managed to finish up a weaving project at LibertyTown, with an October 1 deadline (more about that later,) and that was about it.
Here it is while I was in the midst of it.  This project was much harder then I remembered (I've made two others in the past.)  Especially with all the interruptions that come with weaving in public.  Cotton chenille is very touchy...and the minute my mind wanders, it usually is followed by a half hour of UNWEAVING and trying to figure out where I am in the pattern.   I still have to work the fringe and then I will post a finished picture. (really.)
On the way home from LibertyTown I ran into the post office to drop off a birthday surpise for my Shepherd Friend in Vermont (you know who you are!) and stopped by The New Old House.
No one was working this morning.  Which is a result of all the work that has been done that doesn't require a permit.  We are in waiting mode now.
Spent the rest of the day in bed with a heated bed buddy on my head.


Tracey Broome said...

We had a visit from our resident black snake yesterday, ick! I can't wait until I see some sort of pattern on my loom. All I see right now are threads everywhere! Beautiful pattern!

Anna M. Branner said...

Patience. ;) You'll get it. Make sure you post pictures!! (Oh, and incidently Huck Weave always is more impressive once you have it off the loom with no tension.)

cookingwithgas said...

How beautiful!
The snakes seem to be busy right now.
And the building looks great!