Tonight’s Plan

Tonight’s plan is to warp my Beka 24″ rigid heddle loom for a scarf to be taken to the Pine Valley Heritage Days this Saturday. As much as I love my new Kromski 32″, the Beka is a little more portable and won’t take up so much room — because I’ll have my Louet double treadle wheel also!

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Crocheted Chevron Baby Blanket done for this little cutie. Anyone else love the chevron pattern?

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