A day in the life of looms

Meg has once again put out a call for photos of our loom(s) and 1st January. Looks like I missed last year, but here is 2010.

Today’s photos are a little sad.

The 4 shaft Robinson table loom still has the remains of the warp from Jason Collingwood’s class in April (blogged here). There was so much more that I wanted to do – but I haven’t touched it since except to take out the reed for a different planned project.

 

 

 

 

 


The 24 shaft Noble has a warp beamed but not threaded, intended for my P2P2 project, and untouched since my last relevant post in September.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finally there’s the 8 shaft Ashford table loom. It has some glittery thread on it, intended as part of the PP2 project (I had some complicated plan to handle the two different warps and was nervous about trying to manage the fine glitter on the Noble’s second beam).
On a positive note, this loom will look different by the end of the day, or tomorrow at the latest. I’m off to Mittagong, to Sturt Summer school and a week of weaving with Liz Williamson. I’m very excited, and totally unprepared!

1 Response to “A day in the life of looms”


  1. 1 Meg in Nelson January 1, 2012 at 7:35 pm

    Liz Williamson? I’m impressed!! Have a wonderful time, Judy!


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