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Monday, December 22, 2008

Young Weaver



Here is Asaph at mom's loom. Sister Evangelina is in the background, sitting on the biggest spinning wheel I've ever seen. One of these days we'll give it a go and see if we can actually spin on it.

Asaph wasn't able to get started on the warp due to some mechanical problems, but we got those sorted out today and by the time I left, he'd finished the first placemat and started on the second.

This is the warp we designed utilizing the Fibonacci sequence to make the stripes.

Another picture courtesy of my Blackberry. Hey, I might get the hang of this yet! :D

Now it's back to the studio to finish getting the LA warps ready to be mailed tomorrow.

3 comments:

Gingerbreadshouse7 said...

Your son is blessed indeed to be learning the craft from a pro, his mom..you must be quite thrilled to see him at the loom :o) That's what I call passing it on.

Gingerbreadshouse7 said...

Sorry I mistook Asaph to be your son..

Laura said...

No worries - the kids are a special friend's and they call me 'auntie'. :)
cheers,
Laura