Wednesday, May 24, 2006

A Happy High Major

I started the 'happy' high major at the last tapestry meeting. Just finished it today. This is a high major using bright colors. In my yarn selection, I don't have what I would call real bright colors...most are muted a bit. I selected the brightest ones I had to do this piece. The result is supposed to evoke a happy and boisterous mood.



I warped my baby shannock with the light warp in such a way that I could weave four small tapestries. Three done and one free space to weave. Since I am not quite satisfied with the color selection of the 'happy' high major I am going to do another with slightly different colors.

2 Comments:

At 8:15 PM, Blogger Charleen said...

Clever little sample loom. Do you tape the warp on the sticks to keep the correct epi?

 
At 5:39 AM, Blogger Fiberscriber said...

This is a Shannock table loom - - one of my favorite looms. The sticks are just spacers...there will actually be four tapestries woven on this one loom which was warped with two four inch warps.

 

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