The Headband Project, Part 3 …And why you can weave anywhere
Mirrix Looms are incredibly versatile in many ways, one being their ability to be functional anywhere. Sure, they work great on a stand or on a table, but they also work great leaning against a pillow in your lap on the couch. Sure, not the ideal situation (is weaving in front of the TV sacrilege?) but I like to make the most out of my down time… and Dancing With The Stars is my secret weakness.
If you’re lucky enough to get your Ideal Weaving Situation (picture: Studio overlooking rolling hills and horses at pasture, no crying children, no whining significant others, endless time) then I tip my hat to you, but sometimes weaving time is stollen at the DMV, on the playroom floor, at a youth soccer game, wherever there’s a little bit of space… and that’s just as good. The fantastic thing about weaving (and on a portable Mirrix especially) is you can stop and start at virtually any point so any distraction (though still distracting you from the creative process) can be dealt with gracefully.
Anyway, here’s some more on the headband.
Progress on the weaving soon-to-be-headband:
|The soon-to-be headband, note that I have advanced the warp once already and will again before it is finished.|