I think some of the yarn might end up in my knitting.
There is also quite a bit of roving in this batch. When t he weather gets warmer, one of the things I enjoy is spinning in the morning on the deck, before the wind comes up. This will be fun.
My last nine-yard warp is finished - ten towels on one warp.
I am still fascinated by the variety turned taquete allows but I'm taking a hiatus on towels. I have a good head start for the fall craft fairs. I've decided instead to sample on both my looms. I've picked out drafts from Davison for Maudie Mae and from Strickler for Arthur. There are just too many things in weaving that are still confusing to me.
But it wont be soon. We have company this weekend. Our friend Petey will be here for a few days, arriving about lunch time and then we will go to daughter Christina's for her birthday barbecue. I got a call on Friday to sub all next week at Van Gorder, which is one of the new schools and will have a nice new library. It's also very far from our house. I'll come back to weaving with a fresh perspective, raring to go.