There were these numbers marked at the junction where pieces should go.
My loom......(it is such a beautiful thing)
When we got to this point, Bruce said that it was all up to me. It just looked too complicated to him..........He had a quick lesson on weaving terminology to follow the instructions and mentioned that he would like to build one of these things from scratch one day. Mmmm, food for thought!
I spent a bit of time admiring it and then thought that I better have a look at all the literature I have collected over the last feel months, on how to do the tie-up for a countermarche loom. I had no idea what to do next.
As I mentioned that I was going to do Janet's sample blanket, I looked at the universal tie-up instructions. I don't understand. It doesn't seem to go with what all the other articles were saying about countermarche tie-ups. Then I remembered seeing the sample blanket on someone's blog. The question was whose was it?
I tried to look up the blog list but there were so many. Then I found it on Dorothy's blog. She explained it so well and it all made sense.
I will order the yarn tomorrow. When I have the warp on, I will be able to see if I have done it correctly.
I also spoke to a weaving friend of mine, telling her the joy of seeing the loom put together again. she will be moving house soon and is in the process of dismantling her loom...
So I guess, at any one time, a loom is being taken apart and put back together again somewhere.