Gary’s Last Words

As my moving date looms large (pun intended), it seems that in order for me to move into the apartment of my dreams—Gary will not be able to make the move with me. As I wove the words ADVENTURE/LOVE/LAUGH/CLARITY, it became clear to me that Gary was ready to have an adventure on his own. He hasn’t yet figured out what he is going to do, but we have had a lovely weave together.

I’ve had a couple of people offer to house Gary, and I would be able to come and weave whenever I wanted.

There have been a couple of times that I tried to sell Gary, but I had no takers. Ideally, someone close by would either be interested in buying or renting, and I would have visitation rights (be able to weave 2 pieces a year on him). I can weave most everything I need to weave on Grace.
(with a few exceptions) As I get older, I find it easier to weave on a smaller loom.

I will keep you posted. If you have been hankering for a fabulous Fireside Loom, this might be the time. (And summer is a great time to come to Montana)

This entry was posted in Looms, Moving, Woven Words.


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    Don May 23, 2011 at 10:40 am #

    WOW! Great work! Looks like a LOT of work behind weaving though!

    Sorry to hear you are not going to be able to take Gary with you! Hope he finds a great home!

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    randyman8 July 12, 2011 at 11:23 pm #

    This is fab stuff! I wish I could do stuff like this.