I was congratulating myself on finishing the first of my three pillow covers that I am making for my Craftsy class when I stepped back to admire the view.
Our instructor talks a lot about that little warning light that goes off in your head to tell you something is wrong. Mine was going off big time. Something wasn't right.
There are little strands that hang down where we join the ends of the yarn when the bobbin runs out but this was different. This was the result of some crazy cat clawing. I was not happy.
I spent about an hour cutting and pulling out all the threads back to where the mess was. I am still not happy. This was even worse than when they used a bobbin of newly spun singles stored on the Ladybug in the same way. How do I keep the cats from thinking my new loom is just a fancy scratching post?