Friday, December 26, 2008

AND DARLING DAUGHTER WAS PLEASED

Posted by Peg in South Carolina

Amy opens towels

 

Aiolos modeling a towel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                 As well as darling grandson

 

 

 

As a matter of fact, unbeknownst to me, she had been following my blog…….

 

"And Darling Daughter was Pleased" was written by Margaret Carpenter for Talking about Weaving and was originally posted on December 26, 2008. © 2008 Margaret Carpenter aka Peg in South Carolina

10 comments:

Carol said...

Of course, she is pleased. They are beautiful. Your pictures are encouraging me to start weaving again. Have a Happy New Year.

Laritza said...

Lovely towels as is all your work. Thanks for stopping by my blog, it means a lot to me. I weave on a Glimakra standard and I think I could have woven at least 5 inches more without the dummy warp. At any rate, I am dummy warped out for now.

Peg in South Carolina said...

Carol, thank you and am delighted that you are thinking of starting to weave again.
Laritza, you are welcome. I think (but am not sure) that you may be able to weave much closer to the heddles with a CM loom than you can with a jack loom (mine is a jack). You can also gain a few inches by lashing on instead of tying on to the front beam.

Leigh said...

What fun. I'm not surprised that your daughter loved the towels and delighted to hear she follows your blog!

Jane said...

Good morning Miss Peg! My beloved has been enjoying some vacation days, and I've been away from the computer. I'm sitting here with coffee in hand and checking in to get my "Peg fix." :)

Oh those towels turned out lovely! And speaking of lovely, what a beautiful daughter you have too. Obviously a clever girl, if she has been following your blog. That tickled me!

Not much weaving done over the holidays, although I did get a sample done for our Guild's monthly newsletter and will post it later today.

Wishing you a splendid New Year and one that is filled with perfectly thrown shots, smooth warps, the absence of threading errors, and many more creations coming from your loom!

Cheers,
Jane

Peg in South Carolina said...

Thank you Leigh and Jane. I don't think she exactly "follows" the blog...just checks in from time to time. I was most surprised. Jane, thank you for your good wishes. What I really need is the patience to deal with all the inevitable problems!

DEEP END OF THE LOOM said...

Well of course she follows your blog, with such a talented Mom why wouldn't she? Love the towels, Merry Christmas and Happy, Healthy New Year!

bspinner said...

She should be very happy with the towels her mom wove for her. They are beautiful!!!!! By the way so is she. You must be very proud of her.

Meg in Nelson said...

Happy New Year. May this be another colorful, successful year for you, Peg.

Peg in South Carolina said...

Deep End and bspinner, thank you for your compliments. And Meg, thank you for your good wishes for the new year.