It was just the right type of day–freezing rain, slush, yuck– for staying inside. So, what if I wasn’t pleased with my first attempt? No big deal. I cut off the weft and started another pattern. This one is better, I think, and the selvedges are tidy, too.
I'm playing around with 7 shaft patterns on the little Louet W30 table loom. I like the front; I'm not as crazy about the back. I think I'll unweave (okay, I'll admit that unweaving may involve scissors) and try another geometric pattern. There are several interesing point twill patterns with this threading.
I am playing around with four shafts on the Louet W30 loom. Believe it or not, the yarn is the old Red Heart acrylic I kept meaning to put in a giveaway box. I finally decided to use it up. I “think” this is a twill, but it reverses the patten. It’s on page 71 of The Handweaver’s Pattern Directory by Anne Dixon.