So now both looms have shawl warps on them. This one is just two shawls long (about 9 meters), partly because the yarn is a highly textured silk that is very grabby, partly because I'm using up stash (yay!) and I have limited colours to work with.
The yarn is 10 epi and I'm trying to kiss it into place at 10 ppi. Just a gentle squeeze is required and I'm hoping that weaving on this warp will be a gentle introduction back into weaving, build strength in the muscles, and encourage flexibility. Not to mention, mental health!
I am also thinking that, seeing as how the roads hereabouts are going to be snow laden in Jan/Feb, my walking will be done in the studio, round and round and up and down the stairs as I gain strength. Seeing the pretty warps on the looms will surely lift my spirits during the blah days of the dead of winter and give me incentive to keep going.
Katie asked about reading...yes I have a tall stack (several of them, in fact!) of books and I will list them here as I go through them. I'm hoping to make a significant dent in my to-be-read pile and clear some of the clutter off the hearth and the guest room.