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Very nice and inspiring!
I see that you wove it on your Harrisville, did you use shaft-switching or split-shed to create the patterning? I have seen some of your split-shed weaving and it has really intrigued me.
You achieved lovely colors, too.
Thanks so much! This is shaft switching. Trying to achieve some curves. The split shed on my other rug is from Jane Evan's research. I'd have to look around for where Peter wrote about it. I think I have a project posted with Jane's articles on split shed.
Yes, I have seen that project and loved it. This rug is wonderful as well. Thanks for the update.
experimenting with posting this project to the natural dye group with the new project sharing functionality....works well, more info here