I am to set aside two days to do the scarves. I've gathered together some necessary equipment to carry me through the hours: a CD player, some protein bars, three CDs, and a screw. Need to take the screw so I can stop at Home Depot to get either a counter sink drill bit or 50 same sized screws with a smaller head for the cabinet hardware for the makeover bathroom and for the kitchen. Twenty-four years with the same kitchen hardware is long enough. :D And, my jeep does not leave the house without several errands on the list.
The first scarf in progress. Jennifer's scarf will be different because I am using the gray and white thread as the weaving thread whereas black is the weaving thread shown here. Hubby doesn't know it, but it looks like there will plenty of these two colors left to weave him a scarf. I'll add another color, perhaps, or see if Sandra will set the loom up in a different pattern.
I am so new to weaving that I cannot remember the type of thread being used, but the design is coming from the weaving thread.
Day 2 of Weaving 101 is tomorrow. Both scarves should be completed. I found a rhythm and am comfortable with a tension. The second scarf should go a little quicker. Weaving is really cool.
Until next time, God bless.