Hello, dear readers :)
I couldn't believe it.
This scarf was woven on a Cricket 10" loom. 12 dent - warp length 3 yards. Wool is the fingering weight. After I took it off my loom I let it soak for quite a while and then I popped it into the dryer. What I got was some sort of design that I couldn't help myself - the wool did it on it's own! I guess that's the fun of it. It also fluffed out the fringe which I really thought was cute. So you really never know how it's going to turn out ! I'll have to steam it next.
Then I began warping for the next one. I'm using a variegated sock yarn for the warp (unknown brand) and for the weft the same "Rowan" fingering and look how it turned out! Another surprise!
Well, I can't wait to see what this looks washed, dried and pressed.
Hope everyone is having a great Monday!