I can tell you what is supposed to be on the loom. Another warp for huck. My plan was to tie on another 5 yard warp and weave several more huck variations, each as a different dish towel.
With 360 ends to measure, I decided to make 3 warp bouts of 120 ends each. I measured the first bout, which was a feat in itself, as Catzee was desperately wanting to 'help.' But you all know what kind of help a young cat is when it comes to weaving. Usually I wait until she's asleep, but after being told 'no' about a million times, and being repeatedly removed from the premises, she finally resigned herself to simply watching.
So I measured the first section of warp, chained it, and brought it to the loom. I untied the warp which had been left on the loom, and secured the beater in it's upright position. Realizing I had forgotten my scissors, I left the room to get them.
CRASH! !!! What was that!?
Here's what I found
So much for tying on to that warp.
Oh well, I kinda wanted to try a different threading anyway. Sigh.
Posted 2 Feb. 2006 at http://leighsfiberjournal.blogspot.com
A Weaving Setback