Not quite right for colours but as close as I could come - side facing me as I weave
Back of the cloth - less of the brick red weft showing
Decided to ease back into the weaving since I'd been away from the AVL for so long, so I only did two sessions at the loom today. They were, however, long sessions because it takes about 65 minutes to weave one shawl. And since the upgrade to Fiberworks has changed how it behaves in comparison to how it used to behave, and I keep forgetting and wind up losing my place causing a treadling 'error', I decided I'd just weave a whole shawl in one go.
Normally I only weave 45 minutes before taking a break, so weaving for 65 minutes before taking a break was tiring my poor muscles, which are out of training so to speak. Instead of doing my usual three sessions at the loom, I decided it would be kinder to my body to just do two, and hope that tomorrow I might be able to do three. I'd really like to finish this warp on Thursday so that I can deliver them to the fringe twisting elf that night. But we will see how it goes.
Currently reading A Dangerous Place by Jacqueline Winspear