Saturday, December 30, 2006

This is how 10 woven yards of chenille warp look like!


I found out that 10 yards is a LOT. I am happy with the result. Altogether I have 6 chenille scarves dyed in different colors. I think I will never put that much yardage on a warp again. .....

4 comments:

Sarah said...

Hi Laritza! I'm sorry if you already sent me your address - it may be been blocked. Would you mind sending it again? I have your prize all packaged and ready to go! You can email me at sarah at knotanotherhat dot com. Happy New Year!

curiousweaver said...

I am hoping to weave another chenille project and was wondering what you used as a weft. I think I'm going to use a 20/2 cotton as the last one I did with a chenille weft seemed to heavy in weight although it drapes beautifully.

Jane said...

You must have more floor space than God! I've had a hankering to weave but I just have no space. I don't dare start with a tabletop loom or I know I would be doomed. I think I will just enjoy watching you work instead :-)

Ollie said...

I think anybody who weaves is amazingly talented...I took an 8 week long lesson once & at the end I still didn't have a clue!
you're knitting is beautiful, by the way.
I see you're in syracuse...I used to live in phoenix, right next door & right on the oswego river...now I'n in phoenix but arizona....I miss NY!!