Looms Quietly Waiting December 24, 2019December 23, 2019 Karen Merry Christmas Eve to you. Looms are quietly waiting to resume their rhythm. Meanwhile, songs of joy and hope fill the air because the Savior of the world is born. 1. The Standard Pictorial tapestry, with only 6 centimeters of the cartoon remaining. 2. The Ideal Second rosepath rag rug completed. Two short rugs yet to be woven on this warp. 3. The Little Loom First of two scarves is started. I am using the Stardust draft by Mona Nielsen, published in Happy Weaving, from Vävmagasinet, but with yarn and colors of my choosing. 4. The Drawloom Warp is threaded and tied-on. Single-unit draw cords have been prepared. Next step: Attaching draw cords to pattern units. And then, tie up treadles and start weaving! May your night be silent and holy, calm and bright. Happy Holy-days,Karen
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Glad your looms are waiting and that you are too, to enjoy this sacred, special holiday! Enjoy the peace and love and joy that only this Savior of ours can offer! God Bless you in this new year and Happy Weaving! 🙂
Joyce, God bless you and Merry Christmas!
Dear karen–God bless you also, and Merry Christmas, and thank you. ellen
Ellen, Hugs to you and Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas! Your words are as beautiful as your weaving.
I’m grateful for your encouragement. Merry Christmas!
God Jul! May 2020 be truly Light filled.
Joanna, God Jul! and a blessed new year!
Merry Christmas, Karen!
Betsy, Merry Christmas to you!
Merry Christmas, Karen! May the season bring peace and joy to you and your loved ones.
Annie, Blessings to you and Merry Christmas to you and yours!
A most merry and blessed Christmas….thank you for being part of our lives!
Karen, Thank you for being part of mine! Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas Karen,
We celebrated my husband’s 1st annual birthday bonfire last night. Picture perfect snow cover in wausaukee. First time I was not able to blast up the snow covered driveway. A 4WD is in my future.
Today is a travel day back to our other home in time to spend Christmas day with grandchildren. The snow was gone by Green Bay. Small price for being loved on by little people.
My loom is silent. But, I am blessed to gorge on life this year.
May you enjoy life away from your looms.
Merry Christmas, Karen!
Thanks you for creating this inspirational weaving blog and delighting us all year with your projects. May the blessings of our Lord be with you this holiday season as we celebrate our Savior’s birth!
Cindy, A very Merry Christmas to you! I count your kind words a blessing to me.