Thursday, January 5, 2012

Lime green love at Nutfield Weaver

Hello, friends. The weather is frigid here in New Hampshire but it is positively tropical on the loom today:

This fabric is woven from cotton threads in white & lime green (kiwi, peridot, chartreuse, etc...) and it worked its way into a practical, perky dishtowel this afternoon:

I'm still weaving this cloth and then have plans for a few more towels in this same pattern using natural/ivory and barn red for the narrow warp and weft stripes that to create the plaid.

Hoping you are all staying warm!
Be well,


Birds, Bees, Berries, and Blooms said...

That is a nice crisp pattern. I really like. Sure looks better than my dish towels. Thanks for sharing. You should be proud.

Nutfield Weaver said...

Thank you! Dishtowels are not easy to weave; those selvedges can be tricky! Happy weaving to you! Kate ;)

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