Do you remember back in March I had some "warp waiting" on my loom? With inspiration taken from the sea and shoreline I chose a variety of different coloured yarns and in a free style of simple stripes, I created a warp ready to weave some fabric.
I decided to keep the weft of the design very simple choosing two yarns; 4ply cream and Aran oatmeal fleck. This made the stripes of the warp sing out, giving a wonderfully soft tone to the finished hand woven piece.
I liked the effect very much and so have made two scatter cushions with the material produced. They look quite
at home in my knit room with it's relaxed nautical theme in shades of blues and whites.
For those of you who like to read of my sailing adventures will know that Skipper and I have fun racing our old mirror dinghy on the river Medina in the summer months. The race series is light hearted, but that's not to say that it is not competitive! We are currently in second place, the chances are pretty slim for us to gain first position, but we will certainly try very hard- today the weather conditions are predicted to be very light breezes so I shall be sending Skipper out single handed for a change to make the most of the conditions with a light boat. It's all about tactics... you know...
Below is a link to the MMA