After some thinking, I decided to weave a slightly wider tiger for the "best" lambskin.
Hanging in over sticky beam and beater to thread is not my favourite occupation, but it was only 40 (working) ends - one extra inch at each side. This is what it looks like at the back of the loom now:
This tiger will have a light yellow (tabby) weft - and the first one will get on the back of another, slightly smaller, lambskin.
Posted by Kerstin på Spinnhuset at 18:17
Labels: Halloweave'12, summer-and-winter, tips-and-tricks
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