It's a shame that after all that work, I goofed in the end and only ended up with this much! But I tell you it was a great learning piece...there were a number of things I learned from it....that I won't forget and that's important....This is the one that I miscounted (or counted correctly) and cut off the others to match and that made the whole thing to short ugh!
Last night at Weaving class I was able to take the weaving off the loom I had been learning on....and take it home..I'll do something with it to commemerate my efforts ;o)
was able to start a warp with the teacher at my side so I wouldn't make a mistake..That was another great lesson.. I finished it up just in time...(3 hours)at home it would have taken more :o) but this time I was learning the correct method....You can too teach and old dog new tricks :o)
I can't wait to take it off the warping board...I'm afraid to do it alone , last time at home I had a twisted mess...I think I did something out of order.. (I know I did). The yarn warped on so nicely , almost like butter (that's the best explanation that I could give so you'd know it was delicious :o)
This is one side of the two yards long experimenting piece....