Dressing the loom.

Dressing the loom.

 Getting ready to weave.

Getting ready to weave.

 Tension is set.

Tension is set.

 Let the weaving begin!

Let the weaving begin!

 Weaving my subtle samples.

Weaving my subtle samples.

 Here's a glimpse at the threading pattern through the heddles on eight different harnesses.  This is what makes the pattern possible!

Here's a glimpse at the threading pattern through the heddles on eight different harnesses.  This is what makes the pattern possible!

 Trying more subtle honeycomb patterns.

Trying more subtle honeycomb patterns.

 Departing from the subtle for a little fun.  I used the bright colors to vividly experiment with how the different color combinations impact the pattern.

Departing from the subtle for a little fun.  I used the bright colors to vividly experiment with how the different color combinations impact the pattern.

 Experimenting.

Experimenting.

 On the loom.

On the loom.

 Detail shot of the undulating fibers.

Detail shot of the undulating fibers.

 Sometimes it's easier to weave upside down so that I have to lift less harnesses with each treadle.

Sometimes it's easier to weave upside down so that I have to lift less harnesses with each treadle.

 The back of the weaving is quite beautiful too.

The back of the weaving is quite beautiful too.

 I often accidentally match my weaving experiments.

I often accidentally match my weaving experiments.

 Back detail.

Back detail.

 One of the many studies.

One of the many studies.

 Honeycomb chevron.

Honeycomb chevron.

 Honeycomb sample using my hand dyed indigo ends.

Honeycomb sample using my hand dyed indigo ends.

 Dressing the loom.
 Getting ready to weave.
 Tension is set.
 Let the weaving begin!
 Weaving my subtle samples.
 Here's a glimpse at the threading pattern through the heddles on eight different harnesses.  This is what makes the pattern possible!
 Trying more subtle honeycomb patterns.
 Departing from the subtle for a little fun.  I used the bright colors to vividly experiment with how the different color combinations impact the pattern.
 Experimenting.
 On the loom.
 Detail shot of the undulating fibers.
 Sometimes it's easier to weave upside down so that I have to lift less harnesses with each treadle.
 The back of the weaving is quite beautiful too.
 I often accidentally match my weaving experiments.
 Back detail.
 One of the many studies.
 Honeycomb chevron.
 Honeycomb sample using my hand dyed indigo ends.

Dressing the loom.

Getting ready to weave.

Tension is set.

Let the weaving begin!

Weaving my subtle samples.

Here's a glimpse at the threading pattern through the heddles on eight different harnesses.  This is what makes the pattern possible!

Trying more subtle honeycomb patterns.

Departing from the subtle for a little fun.  I used the bright colors to vividly experiment with how the different color combinations impact the pattern.

Experimenting.

On the loom.

Detail shot of the undulating fibers.

Sometimes it's easier to weave upside down so that I have to lift less harnesses with each treadle.

The back of the weaving is quite beautiful too.

I often accidentally match my weaving experiments.

Back detail.

One of the many studies.

Honeycomb chevron.

Honeycomb sample using my hand dyed indigo ends.

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