Finished the worsted sample for the Big Project this morning and then got back to the sadly neglected AVL. For the 'last' sample for the BP I want to use the AVL - for a number of reasons. While I can beam a 2/16 cotton warp on the small loom, it's the case where I want to double dip, so to speak. In other words, I'd like to use up some of the legacy stash and to do that a really long warp is going to be required. Much easier and faster to dress the warp sectionally and do at least 30 yards. That length isn't really practical on the Leclerc Fanny.
Before I can do that, I have to finish off the warp currently on it. So far I've managed two sessions this afternoon and the plan is to go back again after dinner and do another. I'm hoping to get this warp done by Monday, but I also have personal stuff to do on Sunday so that day may evaporate in terms of weaving. Realistically it will likely be Tuesday before this warp will be done.
But hope springs eternal.
On the 'spring' front, I actually went for a walk today! The sun didn't stay out but it was dry and the wind wasn't howling out of the north. Unfortunately there is more snow in the forecast so we aren't quite there yet, but at least it looks promising.