Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Wood Pile

Can you tell what these are for??
One trip to Home Depot and I got the making of a small warping board. I'm in the process of sanding all the pieces so that I don't have any rough spots. I hope Mr. Deepend can put it together on Saturday, so I can warp on Sunday for my Structo. I'm really excited about the whole thing because I've never warped on a board before nor dressed a loom with that type of warp. I've been reading Learning to Weave, and I think I have the idea how it's done. I know this will be really different than what I do to warp my RH. ** happy dance**

On another total different subject, my garlic bulbs aren't they great. I got some garlic that sprouted and put it in water, can you believe that this is only after a week and a half?? I planted them this weekend in containers and hopefully will have a good crop of garlic soon. I've never grown garlic before but I've read up on some info and hopefully it won't be too difficult or disappointing.


Life Looms Large said...

Garlic & a warping board!! Good stuff!!

I'm definitely a fan of my warping board.

I never knew you could grow garlic indoors. Around here, garlic is one of the first plants to come up in the spring, so the farmer's markets often sell just that sprouted part of the garlic. People use it like they'd use scallions.

Have fun!

Delighted Hands said...

I have a home made warping board-you will like having one! The garlic is a great garden fav just put it in a container so it won't take over any area!

Julie said...

Can't wait to see the warping board. Planting garlic haven't tried that one yet!