Pure light is all colors.
Therefore, it has no hue.
Only when singleness is scattered
Does color appear.
Do you remember seeing this loom back in October? I was using it to demonstrate at the Fryeburg Fair. I had finished all but the fringe during that week.
In my effort to destash, I decided that I was going to sell this loom, as I really do not use it very much. However, really wanting the ruana that I had envisioned, I set about getting the second shawl finished before I had to meet the woman that had purchased the loom......which meant I had two days to get the second shawl and the joining finished........eekk! As you can see from the picture, one shawl is done on top of the other shawl, then they are joined to the 1/2 way point and finally the 2 remaining sides bound off.
This is one finished item that definitely needed to be shown on a person to be appreciated. Modeling the front view, much to her dismay as she was in her "spinning" attire (not the same spinning we do...LOL), is my oldest daughter Stacey. The back view is me.
It was hard to weave, holding 3 strands of dark colored yarn, but all in all, I am pleased with how it came out.
It has been a busy few weeks here and promises to get even busier with 2 litters of puppies coming in a few weeks. Stay tuned for my "B" pictures!