Friday, March 27, 2015

White on White Snowflakes

In honor of the snow we had today.... just a few very large flakes...... I will share my white on white snowflake twill runner. It was going to be a kitchen towel, but looked like a runner to me. So I added some crochet filet on the ends and have called it done!

This project went very fast. I can't think of any one part that I didn't mind doing. The warp was a white while the weft was more a cream-white color. I used the weft to crochet the edges.

The other runner (purple) is still being hemmed. I just might add a crochet edge to it too?!?


Peg Cherre said...

Is it a typo when you said, "I can't think of any one part that I didn't mind doing"? Did you mean to type one that you did mind doing? Or am I misreading?

Ann said...

I did not mind winding the warp, dressing the loom, tying up the treadles, weaving, washing...I enjoyed it all.
Sometimes I don't like to stand at my warping board, but this project was enjoyable all around. I wish I had put on a longer warp.
Oh well, on to other things. Thanks for your question.

Vlaďka Cepáková said...

Beautiful work!

Thistle Rose Weaving said...

Ann, what a beautiful runner. I adore the filet lace on the ends, simple and perfect. Love it. said...

Very pretty. Makes a lovely runner.