It all comes out in the wash.

For some, having a large floor loom is not an option, but that doesn’t mean large projects are not. Jordan has a 32″ Leclerc Iris that suits just about any project. This week she made a first attempt at a multi-panel blanket.

This Roughrider fan dream-come-true was was woven in two separate panels, counting each warp shot so that the stripes could be matched up. There was a moment of panic when the two pieces weren’t exactly the same length, but once an additional warp thread was stitched through a selvedge on each side and the piece was washed and dried, one would never know without looking closely.

The finished piece.
Is this going to work?
On the loom.

2 thoughts on “It all comes out in the wash.

  1. judespins says:

    It is Amazing, Jordan! Love the Color variations in the warp… it looks waves..gives it depth. Great job!
    I use to do a lot of blankets on 32” I had like yours… I did them in Double weave.

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