I am taking a bit of a break from sewing this weekend (except some pants that I had to sew a belt loop onto. ) So I needed a relaxing project - to keep from feeling non-productive.
Having not used the rigid heddle loom for a bit, I decided to put a warp on it and make a scarf. Now that I am proficient at warping my floor loom, this seems much easier to do.
I used three yarns for the warp. For the "background" color I used a gray. Then I added small sections of a variegated teal/aqua that has shiny silver threads running through it. And there is a similar red/burgundy with the same silver in it.
I love the sparkle of silver in the red and aqua stripes.
If you are curious to learn how to weave on a rigid heddle loom, you can learn it in the Craftsy Class - Rigid Heddle Weaving.
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