The weft in this runner is a softly variegated salmon and dark beige combination that has been rattling around in my stash for eons.
Don't you love it that changing the way we treadle a draft can produce so many different looking results. The warp and weft created an almost ikat looking weave in this table runner.
These napkins where a pleasure to weave using some beautiful bleached linen as the weft. Somehow the resulting pattern reminds me of Aspen trees up in the Rockies.
The last set of napkins really show off the graduations of beige to white in the linen yarn. Have to say that this warp was a joy to weave. Taming the wild springy linen was not as difficult as I imagined it would be, a few spritzes of rose scented water on the warp threads did the trick.
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