Friday, February 12, 2010

Confessions and a little whine.

I haz a nekkid loom, actually I have three eeeeekkkkkk..... My poor neglected inkle, the Tri-loom and my RH. Why, I don't know, I've not been inspired to start warping. I have a ton of ideas of things I want to make and no inspiration to warp. Why does this happen, I finish one and can't seem to start another? (yes I've discussed this before and can't break the cycle, need to just vent).

I hate lists always have hated them but I think I'm going to breakdown and make a list so that I can get my tukus to work and my creative mojo moving.

Tri loom
Ruana, with the damn chenille that doesn't work on any other loom, good use for that there.
I have my book that I need to peruse and come up with some technique to try.


Kleenex covers - Mom day gifts
Table runners - gift
Place mats
Throw Pillows
Tote bags
Rag Place mat or rug - rip jean strips
Wall Hanging - tapestry -still researching this concept

Straps for tote bag
Want to try some hand manipulated weaving researching this method
Want to try thicker warp

Need to paint a new mural in bedroom.
Door series

And just because no post should go with out a pic, I guess I'll have some cheese to go with my WHINE!! LOL..


Benita said...

And grapes and crackers, too!

You'll get something on them and awaaaaaay you'll go!

Delighted Hands said...

I am hearing the siren call of the Tri Loom-any advice? It looks so satisfying to try and make a shawl that way!

Lynn Majidimehr said...

Maybe it would help if you wound warp or at least had the yarns for the next project ready to go (right by the loom, or warp already measured) before you take the finished weaving off the loom. That way you'll be ready to start the next project without spending time trying to decide what project to do next.