I really dislike photographing artwork, which explains why these posts are so few & far between. Either I have to find someone with the equipment to do it right — which usually means having a few pieces ready to photograph! — or I do it myself with sad results.
But it is Friday, Fridays are for finishing things up! Last Friday I cut Cloud off the loom and today I will finish it for you by posting this little photo by me. Also here is Alders, which I wrote about in the post Slow Cloth a couple of months ago. Both are woven on the same warp, of wool and curly mohair. Alders was woven with wool ground weft and linen floss, along with a gorgeous japanese chenille. Cloud is made with linen ground weft, rayon, and cotton floss.
Beautiful. I am guessing it was worth the effort, as per your february post.
Lovely! Found you through a link on Jane Brocket’s blog. Adding you to my Bloglines.