Walked to Anawhata Beach this morning, glorious day and I had done my 10,000 steps before lunch. Hence time to write to you.
I have the loom threaded with an echo warp so thought I'd use up a prewound warp I've had on the shelf for hur hmmm I don't remember. One thread is possum merino silk and the other a fine cashmere. The possum is about 2 1/2 times thicker than the cashmere so wondered how it would work out.
Worked out pretty good actually. This wrap has a 60/2 silk weft in black. All these luxurious fibres are devine together.
Above is a double wrap infinity scarf and below a single wrap infinity scarf. These have an elasticated merino weft which again is awesome, closing the warp threads up.
The top scarf has a point twill weft and the bottom another version. What is the difference between point twill and gebrochene - can anyone tell me?
We have a wonderful new gallery opened at the beach called Waihi Beach Gallery. I took these in to Ana and Andrew expecting them to choose one, maybe two. If you'd like one they are all on display at the Gallery.
We are going away for a few days to Mt Ruapehu to do some walking. Well Pete will stride it out, I'll struggle along behind, catching up when he stops for a photograph. Hence the training walk this morning. Catch up next week, all gong well.