Amazing weather out there, so what’s a gal to do? Weave, of course!

This is my first Color Horoscope Weaving with Tencel warp (and recycled cashmere weft). I have done a few sample pieces wanting to see if I am able to launder in the washing machine and dry in the dryer. The samples were most promising.

 The one thing I noticed is that the tencel is slipperier than the bamboo, cotton, or wool. It behaves much more like silk than the bamboo yarns I had been using. I had several loose threads. Next time, I will pay more careful attention to my tension while dressing the loom.

 Image below I wove a sample with variegated tencel at the end  just to see what it would look like. I really love the look!

 And yes, one of my most favorite moments in weaving! Now let the finishing begin (grin)

This entry was posted in Color Horoscope Weaving, Commissions, Recycled Cashmere.


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    Sandra Rude March 1, 2014 at 10:08 pm #

    I read the weather report in the Missoulian Online Edition. Monster blizzard! Stay warm.

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    Linda Watson March 2, 2014 at 4:31 pm #

    Looks great. I just finished weaving a scarf with Tencel and loved it. I, also, had a few loose threads.