If I taught a workshop/seminars at ANWG '19 would you be interested?

Friday, August 11, 2017

One By One


I am living 'dangerously' with this warp.  I'm so very nearly finished this warp I don't really want to cut it off until it is done, done.  But that means the cloth roll is probably the largest I've ever put onto the loom.  Well, one of the largest.

This warp began to feel like it was never going to end.  It was put into the loom last fall, around the time the house renovations began and a few months before mom got sick and died, which meant my life got totally derailed.

I worked on the warp in fits and starts but 100 yards or so of warp at 32 ppi takes time.

It just needs to be dealt with, one pick at a time...

In the same way the view count of this blog has added up, one view at a time.  Around 10:30 am today the total views rolled over the 1.3 million mark.

Never in my wildest dreams did I think that I would ever have that kind of following.  I'm a bit of a heretic and my views are not always well received and I've had my share of controversy over the years.

But this blog was begun as a celebration of life.  My life, in fact.  I'd just come through some nasty health issues and was on the road to recovery and several friends had been urging me to start a blog and I thought, well, why not?

And so I began.  And almost 9 years on, here I still am.

5 comments:

Peg Cherre said...

And we love you for it, Laura!

Debra in Aleza Lake said...

I love reading about your trials and successes Laura. Never the same and rarely too technical for us non weavers!

Brenda said...

So whatcha gonna do with this yardage now that it's almost done? "Inquiring minds want to know."

Laura Fry said...

The cloth is being used to promote the conference here in '19. Some of it will be cut up for souvenir tea towels and thank you gifts.

Teena Tuenge said...

32 ppi x 100 yds x 36 inches per yard equals 115,200 picks.
Kudos to you.
Teena Tuenge