Friday, February 12, 2016


This is the next shawl.  It is a pine and sage color.  The picture doesn't do it justice, but once I have a little more woven, I will take a different picture.  I will also take one once, it is off the loom and done.  I have one that has to be made for a client and one that is going to be put into my inventory to sell,

I had to make a trip down to NJ, for Matt.  He had ordered new boots for work, that are a lot more water proof and nice and warm.  He has to work the weekend and this weekend is going to be the coldest it has been this winter.  So, he asked me really nice to bring them down for him.  I hated to drive there, but I did it.  It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be.  I just hate driving where the traffic is atrocious.  I was going to drive back home Saturday morning, but he asked me to stay until Monday.  Then on Tuesday we are supposed to get some rain snow mix.

Not much else is going on.  I am looking toward the spring weather again.  Even though our winter really hasn't been as bad as some winters have been.   I just like to be able to go outside and not have to wear a coat.

Have a great day.


Terry and Linda said...

You are very talented! It's always fun to see your creations!


Linda said...

I love greens. How wide can you weave?

Shirley said...

I like the colours. You must be using a very fine yarn, is it wool or cotton?

lisa said...

Linda, I can weave around 52 inches wide. Or then I end up having to weave two pieces and sew it up the middle together.

It is a yarn that is called Tencel. It is a manmade fiber. Has a nice drape to it. Great for scarves and shawls.

Crystal said...

Oh my you must be my twin! I hate having to wear a coat too!
I love seeing you weaving as well as always :)