A beautiful day of dyeing, but no proof that it ever existed.
I thought I might incorporate the triangle fabric into a bag, so I’ve started on a warp-faced plain weave strap to go with it. The honeycomb is going well, and this is the last picture I’m going to show you … Read More
I had quite forgotten that I haven’t posted any pictures of my 12-shaft honeycomb sample. It certainly has a waffly look about it. However, I don’t like it as much as the 8-shaft version. The cells are nice and deep, … Read More
My P2P2 sample warp looks a bit like a riot on the banks of the Ganges, but there is method in’t I promise. I’m trying a whole assortment of stripes so that I can see what happens when floats of … Read More
So I have been busy with my looking and an idea has begun to take shape. The picture I instinctively liked the least was this one, of the people bathing in the Ganges at the Varanasi ghats. Why don’t I … Read More
Since yesterday’s brain pain I have been on a journey through the weaving books which has become steadily stranger and stranger. The root of the problem is a structure called Brighton honeycomb. It isn’t a structure that I have ever … Read More