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« on: July 20, 2008 09:29:57 AM »

Has anyone else managed to get blisters while warping? What on earth did I do that would give me a blister? The blisters are on the side of my pinky (only on the left hand - I am right handed.) I think they are from tensioning.
I also managed to pull through some of my warp strands. I would think "oh, they are not strong enough" but I've used this type of tencel for most of the projects I have made.
Maybe I saw "the Hulk" one-too-many-times? (That would be once.) I feel like Bullwinkle should say "sometimes she doesn't know her own strength"
Now here's something I hope you really enjoy -
OK I don't actually have anything.
Is anyone else weaving right now? What do you have on your loom?
I'm planning a quick and easy scarf or two before the oloompics. My last two projects were so fussy, I haven't touched the loom for a month. Plain weave here I come. (Except I just got the Betty Davenport book about surface texture on a rigid-heddle. It's a new edition with lots of pictures and diagrams. Maybe I should try floats and ....)
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