I hope I never tire of how the inter-
lacements of color works. When these two towels are finished, I'm not sure anyone would realize they come for the same warp. The green muddies the purple to nearly a brown.
Today I subbed at a middle school library, the newest in Reno. These were the nicest and most interesting kids yet. It was "hat day" so if someone paid a dollar, they could wear a hat - very fun. This is an entitled $$ school but the students wear it well. Every period the library had a teacher with a reading class and they couldn't have behaved better. The highlight was during second period when a student Mariachi band came in and asked if they could play for us.
Oh, and I do have one student for my rigid heddle class tomorrow. I'm going to teach it like I mean it and then leave the warped loom and samples in the shop, trolling for prospective weavers. My grandma used to say - How can you have mo'lasses when you ain't had no'lasses. And I say, how can you have mo' weavers when you ain't had no weavers.