There were an amazing number of posts these past ten days that I really enjoyed. Since I try very hard to use only one post per person, I worked very hard in some cases to choose which was my favorite of multiple posts.
If anyone wonders if I use any kind of ordering principle in the listing, the answer is basically no. The posts pretty much appear in the order I have read them. There are exceptions from time to time.
More Hummers -- Sandra's Loom Blog
Backtrack to Rosepath -- Fibres of Being
In this next post Meg lets you in on some computer-assisted loom weaving designing
I don't have a spiffy post title, but........ -- Unravelling
Why Weavers Love Power Outages -- WeaveGeek
Transparency -- Weaverly
4 Shaft Apocalypse -- Taueret
Threading Completed...Not Without Adventure -- Centerweave
Joining the Big Commission -- Weaving Spirit
Japanese Looms and Weavers -- Magic of Light, Mystery of Shadows
'Desert' Collection '08 'Desert Harvest' -- Shirley Treasure
Saori Weaving and Making 'Cloth' -- Weaving a Life
Up and Weaving! -- Tien's Blog
Fringed and Pressed -- t'katch
Cotton Baby Blankets --- Geofibres
The following post has no title but do read it anyway.
http://www.rockartifacts.com/shuttlepilot/?m=200808 -- Shuttlepilot
A post from a new weaver
My First Attempt at Tying Up -- Quicker than a Weaver's Shuttle........
And a post from a returning weaver
Back at the Loom Again -- Grandma's Flower Garden
Fixing Threading and Treadling Errors -- Fibre to Fabric
Bergman Tie-up Tips -- The Straight of the Goods
A Sett Method and Finished Towels -- Renee Weaves!
Stripes! -- Leigh's Fiber to Fabric
Woven Failure, Lessons Learned -- Deep End of the Loom
Loom of Doom? -- Funny Farm
Using an Inkle Loom
Experiments with Brocade -- Sharing the Fiber Fever
For anyone who wants to be actively weaving at age 80, this piece is a must-read
The Role is a Workout But She's Fit -- The New York Times