Monday, August 5, 2013

Weaving on the Computer

What better thing to do on a rainy day than play 'weaving' at the computer. I have some 12 shaft drafts (for my newest loom), some four shaft drafts that look fun, and some that were so bad, they didn't get saved or printed.

5 comments:

Maryse said...

Love them all! Maryse

MegWeaves said...

Lovely, all of them, but I'm most curious about the gray one at the bottom.

Ann said...

The draft on the bottom - is #56724 and found on handweaving.net. It's double weave crackle. To honor Ralph Griswold. I am showing it with black warp and white weft.
No author given, except 'friends of Ralph'.

I don't know a thing about double weave, so will have to figure out how, I guess. May be fun.

Marietta Walker said...

Hi Ann,

I spent some time at the Blackwater Fiber Gallery today. What a wonderful place, owned by a wonderful lady! She pointed me in your direction after a asked about your scarves.

Can I ask what computer program you use for designing? It looks like what I have been searching for.

Thanks
Marietta in Warrensburg, MO

Ann said...

I use WeaveIt Pro. Look for it at weaveit.com
It is the only one I have used, but it does what I want it to.

Glad you liked Blackwater Fiber Arts Gallery. I love all her stuff!!!