The 4th of July towel is finally finished.
I'm not quite done warping the next one so Mr. Loom is going to be empty for a while.
There's lots of ends in this towel but they're no problem. Unlike knitting where you have to deal with them after the fact, woven ends just get snipped off after wet blocking. Thank goodness.
Here's the official mug shot after blocking with its ends trimmed. Off it goes into the handmade towel drawer which is getting mighty full. That's not going to stop me from making more. I still have a Halloween towel that needs to be made-if I can ever get around to it.
That towel is beautiful. I have never understood the science of weaving but it fascinates me.ReplyDelete
That towel is just too darn cute! Love that you can just snip all those ends (thank God!!).ReplyDelete
Perfect! I'm liking that whole " just snip off the ends" thing too. :-)ReplyDelete
I love those towels. That totally makes me want to weave!ReplyDelete
What?! You don't have to work all those ends in?! Wish I had know that! lolReplyDelete
Your new towel is beautiful; you do such good work! Sending a high five!
Perfect for the CUBS game and CUb s colors !!!!ReplyDelete
Love, love, love seeing your weaving projects and would sure love to watch you doing it. Your towel drawer must be a sight to behold.ReplyDelete
Love the towel, I think it is more like an election towel!ReplyDelete