I think this is it for the Christmas twill afghans.
For now at least. I think I am least satisfied with this one, mostly because I beat in the weft rather inconsistently. The evidence of this is seen in the stripiness.
As you can see, one side has predominant blue warp zig zags, the other, white weft zig zags. I was pretty random with the treadling and simply changed direction when I felt like it.
Particulars for the project:
Red Heart acrylic worsted weight knitting yarn
Sett 8 ends per inch
Straight twill threading
352 warp ends
44 inch width in reed, 37 inch completed project width
60 inches long excluding fringe
Now that I have the series of afghans done, it is time to redirect my weaving energies. In November, Stacey Harvey Brown will be teaching an Advancing Twills class for the Online Guild. I am definitely planning to participate in that. So that gives me all of October to work on something else. What will it be? I'm not sure! I'll let you know as soon as I figure it out. :)
Twills - The Basics