This warp for the double-width wool blanket is taking some down time while I complete a finishingsample. The five-fold purpose of the sample is to 1) check the sett and 2) the weft density, and 3) to examine the fold to see if I need more, or less, weft at the turn, and 4) to test the wet-finishing process, and 5) to see the effect of brushing the finished piece. I am thankful for family, friends, fellowship, and finishing. (Thankful for blog friend Marie for first suggesting a finish sample.) I hope you, friend, get to have time with the ones you love, and have some down time to enjoy. Happy Thanksgiving!
May your family and friends experience your thankfulness.
6 thoughts on “Quiet Friday: Blanket Sample Thanksgiving”
Love the colors, looks great.
Thanks for sharing your progress. I love the brushed. Have you decided which color weft yet? So many choices!
I like the way the brushed looks and feels, too. I have chosen the weft and already have it in hand. You’ll see it when I get this going again, possibly as soon as next week.
Looking forward to watching your progress on this project.
It’s going to be fun!