I am continuing work on my first draw loom samples, the red area you see just going under the breast beam are Christmas bells. The bells were easy to weave, but they are not something I will ever weave again - just a bit too "cutie" for my taste. I much prefer the stars and the v- shapes farther up the woven web,
On the Gilmore are more of my favorite False Satin block towels. These towels are a joy to weave, just enough detail to keep your interest and simple enough you don't get lost in treading. I am thinking of weaving a few towels on this warp using black instead of the dark grey, seems like the younger crowd likes black and grey in their kitchens these days.
During these very hot days of summer our Scottish Highland cattle drink a lot of cold water. This is Clyde, he is named after the River Clyde in Scotland. All our Highland "Coos" are named after famous Scots or Scottish Landmarks. Clyde has taught himself how to drink out of the water hose -- he is the only cow in our fold that does this.
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