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,
Kate

3 comments:

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 ;)

Flyin' Bobbin said...

Beautiful!