Yesterday I was UNtangling pattern heddles under the drawloom. Here you can see the pattern heddles and lingos are now hanging straight, not the tangled mess shown in the previous post.
Half of the tangled heddles on the other side of the loom were also straightened out last night, and now have only 50 or so to finish up today.
This silk weaver in Cambodia has an interesting double harness loom, with the ground shafts in back and 16 pattern shafts in front. I would love to know more about this loom as well as see the weaving she does on it. I found her last night on Kiva.org, and made another microloan. I am SO enjoying this!
Like elsewhere across the country, WI is having unusual weather for this time of year. Last night the weatherman said it is usually Nov. 24th when we have a couple inches of snow. Well, we have the couple inches of snow on Oct. 12 and as I wrote this it is only 32 outside at 10:15 AM.
Bringing wood in this morning, from the wood rack on the porch to the woodbox in the kitchen, I noticed the icicles on the remains of a hanging plant on the porch, with a backdrop of birch leaves that have not yet fallen.
Postscript: The above photos were taken about 9:15 AM; by 11:30 the snow was melting and it is now looking more like our usual fall. I’m on dial-up, loading photos to Blogger takes TIME, and circumstances change!
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Your untangled loom looks much happier!!Thanks for posting the picture of the Cambodian weaver. My husband was in Cambodia for a month a few winters ago as a volunteer. He brought home some handwoven cloth, but only saw one loom and it was a fairly simple loom with 2 shafts. I've been wondering what other looms were in use there because some of the other weaving he brought home is more complicated. So thanks for the picture!Icicles…..too early! (Although we had frost last night, and should get a hard frost tonight.) I guess winter really is on its way.Sue