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Submitted by sally orgren on Fri, 07/12/2013 - 21:07
Introduce your loom and post your loom adventures. If you want us to guess where you are weaving, give us a clue. Let the Band Weaving Adventures Begin!
Bandit is going backpacking this weekend!
Bandit is a John Mullarkey tablet loom, (named by Weavo member Cathie) and is sporting a blue 16/2 cotton band in John's Ivy pattern. I think 20 or so cards compromise this pattern.
Where is everyone else, and what are they weaving?
AT = Appalachian Trail. Trailmate Harry (from Maryland) was fixing a curried Thai dish for five hungry hikers (plus one dog, Whitney). We logged about 10 miles on Saturday. Pack was 35 pounds, but we stayed at a single campsite and just did a day hike. We met some thru hikers, mostly northbound—one couple from northern VT. Dinner was EXCELLENT!
Where were you? Kirkwood shelter? Or is it kirkridge shelter?
And it rained a bunch Friday night!
We were near the Hertline campsite.
looking right at home in the woods. He also has a nice raincoat !
Bandit and Inky hamming it up for the camera while visiting Monument Valley...
Sorry, no luck posting photos here. Please visit the project post instead, Inky & Bandit visit Southwest Utah.
look like they are having a great trip - lovely scenery - you are in one of my favorite locations!