I’m right here, honest, and weaving away, after a lovely hiatus last week with friends and fine weather. I’ve got several balls in the air at once (what’s new). There are the Sutherland colours on the Delta: I cut the first piece off to finish yesterday, as I was too impatient to wait while weaving up the rest of the warp – and there is a lot of fringe to twist, so I might as well get started. And there is my double weave huck on the Megado, which looks a bit like this…
…but not very much, as those colours are seriously off. I am not sure what happened there.
Anyway, I have cut off the first piece of this as well, since I wanted to see how the other side was going! It is currently drying flat, or nearly flat, on the top of the radiator. I love the way you can have two layers of huck lace stitched back to back and the floats mean that the stitching is completely invisible. It is not as subtle in the plain weave areas, as you can see. This is a lovely soft lambswool yarn from Todd & Duncan which I haven’t used before. I think it’s 2/13 Nm, so a little finer than Rennie’s lambswool.
And in other lace-related activities, I have been weaving up some additional samples for A Lace Quartet – a workshop I’m doing next weekend. (There are still a couple of places left if you’re interested!) It is so much fun that I have to kick myself to stop it and get on with other things.