More rhombuses. These bring to mind trellises leaning against a wall. Using two threads at each pick or row made these nice and bold.
I did modify this just a titch by making the overall motif shorter. The pattern in the book has the white one starting at the last pick of the black one. My warp may not make it to the end of the month, so I’m trying to conserve. Every row helps.
In my next post I will share three days in one. They are my favorite yet, and really make sense to be shared together. Yes, I looked ahead… I’ll be away from my loom and don’t want to fall behind. So I had to peak, but I stopped at three days.
Until next time,
warp, weave, be happy! ~ Jennifer
I love the daily band practice. I was wondering about how long as your warp. See you back on that loom soon. Hope all us well.
I love the daily band practice. I was wondering about how long was your warp. See you back on that loom soon. Hope all is well.
Jennifer Williams a.k.a. inkledpink said:
It makes me happy to hear that, thank you. Doing this daily band practice has been amazing.