Teri’s Rugs

Twisp of Fate

Almost a year ago, a friend and fellow Winthrop Gallery member, who is a professional photographer, took some furniture pictures for us, and we negotiated a trade for some rugs she wanted for her house.  Her business website is Reflected Light Images.

I had wound the rug warp on the sectional beam before we left for our road trip in June, and just needed to finish the threading and sleying when we got back.  Teri wanted her rugs 36″ wide, but I usually do 30″ wide for the rugs I sell.  So I wound most of the warp onto 15 sections (each 2″ wide) but held back some of the warp yarn, and then wound a limited amount on 3 more outer sections to add another 6″ on for the first 15 yards.  It worked like a charm!

Teri had picked out a number of different Pendleton “wooly worms”…

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