I am turning right around to head out on another travel adventure. This time it’s Potsdam, Germany and Innsbruck, Austria with my sister Barbara. You know what that means—prepare my smallest tapestry frame for travel weaving. Besides the loom, I need necessary tools, warp thread, weft yarn, a cartoon, extra paper and pencil, book light and extra batteries, and a small bag in which to carry it all.
After that, I can pack my clothes, etc. First things first.
(By the time you read this Barbara and I will be in Germany enjoying the food, listening to fine music, and scouting out fiber-y treasures whenever we get a chance.)
9 thoughts on “Travel Weaving to Germany”
Have a fabulous trip!
Basis my family heritage of polka bands and German cooks… Your trip will leave little time for weaving once you touch down.
Enjoy the moment.
I ALWAYS pack my crafting first, weaving and knitting. Then my clothes. It’s fun to know you think the same way.
I know you will have a lovely time. Everyone I know who has traveled to Germany and Austria have shared they are absolutely delightful places to visit, especially the small villages in the mountains. Enjoy!
Hi Cindy, It was a treat to experience the small villages in the mountains!
Wow, what a wonderful trip and wonderful photo to weave! We go to Germany next year. Enjoy!
Have a wonderful trip!
I hope you have a wonderful time!!
I wish you a wonderful time in my home-country Germany 🙂
Hi Marlies, Germany was delightful!