That's “last” as in for awhile, not “last” as in forever. :)
I wanted to try one last shadow weave idea before setting shadow weave aside for awhile. This one further explores texture.
I chose these two yarns:
A mercerized 5/3 cotton and a mill end novelty yarn made of who knows what , from who knows where.
I tied on to the same warp as before, keeping the same sett of 16 ends per inch.
This is fresh off the loom. Somewhere along the way I had a warp thread disappear, which I didn't notice until I was quite a ways along. This is a distinct disadvantage to working shadow weave in only one color; it's difficult to see mistakes. The lighting makes all the difference in being able to see the design.
I am intrigued enough to be willing to explore this idea more, at a later date. Today however, I begin the Online Guild's Lace Weaving workshop. Something I've been looking forward to for awhile. It will be a pleasant change of weaving pace.
Shadow Weave: Doing The Triple S - My introduction
Shadow Weave Profiles - How to interpret
Shadow Weave Samples 1 - Begins a series of samples