Thursday, October 2, 2014
Ode to the Inkle Loom
Such a busy year.....that this post remained a draft for months and I just found it today!
I will be posting photos of the decor and styling of my daughter's wedding day soon--but until then, here is a little taste of other weaving that happened over the winter!
How the months have passed since my last post is beyond me. You would never know it is March based on the weather we have had this winter in Minnesota! It has been -10 to -20 more than I can ever remember. We broke some kind of historical record with 50 days below zero. No wonder I haven't posted. I have been HIBERNATING.
Actually, it has been good for making things in my little studio. After tackling all of the crochet for the upcoming summer wedding (which I DID get done-- high-five) I veered off into weaving again. This time I decided to pull out my Inkle Loom and start to weave bands. The original band that I made was intended to be a Handfasting Band for my daughter's wedding. However, she has decided that she wants to use a different tradition and is not in need of a band. So my first, very patriotic colored band is adorning my craft table until I decide what to do with it. The second band was made in an opposite color scheme. These little bands are addictive to make. I just might have to make some more!
Post Script, October 2014:
These bands are now listed on my etsy page for sale: look for my shop on etsy: