When you enter The Old Oaks Ranch Fiber Arts Center, you are greeted by Paris, the shop dog. Not only is he precious, but he is a ham. He gave me several poses.
If you will recall, I had a photo of this wrap just a few minutes after Kathy had finished warping the loom. It took hours, so I can only conclude that warping a loom is real work. :D
The finished wrap is 82 inches long. Kathy is tying off the fringe.
The finished wrap. Isn't it beautiful?! It needs to be washed and the fringe clipped.
There are several tabletop spinning wheels around the shop. I've yet to see someone spinning yarn, but the shop is prepared to do so.
This is a tabletop loom. Instead of pedals, there are hand levers to lift the threads.
The shop project. Everyone adds their touch to this piece. Notice the pegs at the top and there are pegs at the bottom. Weaving can be done on just about anything.
Until next time, God bless.