Do you know that you have to be home to fringe?! I finally finished the twisted fringe on the bamboo shawl! I twisted two sets of two strands so it is very fine to reflect the drape of the rest of the shawl. (77"x16")
It is so soft and airy; the texture really bloomed after releasing it from the loom's tension and even more so after washing! I think this one could be a repeat weaving project in another color of the Aunt Lydia's bamboo. (This is the Budget bamboo Shawl from the Sept/Oct issue of HandWoven magazine by Madelyn Van Der Hoogt)
The sock is moving right along considering.......I didn't do another repeat of the cable for the back , but rather the lace which I enjoyed much better than the cable knitting. (This pattern is from Wendy Johnson's Socks from the Toe Up book; Lace and Cable Sock)
And I am racing to the finish on the quilt.........just have the borders to do on all four sides.
All ready to thread a new warp on the loom; some plastic bags will be used for the weft!