Here we are at the end of the year, and I just have a few loose ends to tidy up.
You might recall that this was on the loom a couple of months ago. It is my version of the Vlak-in-Vlak-in-Vlak pattern. If you still haven’t gotten a copy of that pattern, I gave the link to purchase it in my last post. This is not my original pattern. I’m just a satisfied customer.
Here are photos of my finished scarf. I wove it in 8/2 rayon, and the structure is Turned Taqueté on 12 harnesses. I love wearing it.
After that was done, I wove a batch of Circles and Checks towels on my 8 shaft loom, and they are in my Etsy shop. Here are some photos of those beauties:
Next, I want to give a special shout out to Bradley Rohr. He has an Etsy shop in which he is offering for sale variations of my Circles pattern in Wif form and with PDF pattern instructions. Bradley has very kindly given me credit for the original pattern. Always appreciated!
Here is the link to his shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BradsWarped. You can get a pattern pack of 6 patterns, or you can buy them individually.
Sales from his Etsy shop raise money for Ukraine. According to Bradley, he and his husband have been able to raise nearly three thousand dollars this year for the UNHCR Ukrainian refugee relief, as well as one thousand dollars for direct support to people in Ukraine for food, diapers, boots for soldiers, etc. This is a great cause, and the patterns are well written and provide endless entertainment!
I wove samples each pattern at the end of my towel warp (see above), and here is a taste:
Until next year!
It was kind of you to advertise another weaver. Since the money will help the Ukraine, I decided to purchase Brad’s pattern pack.
Wishing you and your family a lovely holiday.
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Hi – I tried to post a comment but don’t have my password. I just wanted to say I loved these pieces. The colours are really inspiring. Best wishes, Beverly
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Just read your most recent post, lovely scarf. I have lost my source for 8/2 rayon and I use a lot of it. Where do you purchase it? P
Pat, I get rayon from Earth Guild. The Dragon Tales yarn line. They have a good website.
OK, thank you. I’m just not delighted with their range of colors and would rather spend my time weaving than dying.