Daughter's birthday towels are finally done but not without lots of drama. In spite of my climbing under the loom every few inches I still had some boo boos on the back side of the waffle weaves.
For the towels I have on the loom now I added an extra layer of insurance. I am taking the flashlight with me and giving it a real looking over along with running my hand over it to try and catch any mis-woven areas.
It helps that this is a very easy twill. I am not juggling so many things that I can't remember to check as I go. I should have started with this kit long ago. It's simple.....
...and fast. It took only two sittings to have these done and ready to finish. That's my kind of pattern.
I think your daughter's birth and towels are lovely. The colors in the pattern. Of course I also like the new ones just off of the loom too.ReplyDelete
Blue-gray twill looks great! I've just finished first out of two towels started in March :)ReplyDelete
Sometimes simple is just what you need.ReplyDelete
Your weaving is simply gorgeous. That black/white/teal look fabulous together.ReplyDelete
They're all pretty but I'm with you simple and fast is always nice. Craft drama is never fun.ReplyDelete
Your towels are amazing. THe purples blues and yellows work so well together!!!!ReplyDelete
No wonder twill has been a favorite for hundreds of years! Beautiful work on the towels. (The waffle weave is very forgiving once it is washed and 'waffles' more!)ReplyDelete
Lovely weaving. The teal is so pretty!ReplyDelete