The weaving was inkle, since that is my current obsession. Had it pre-warped and worked on some more warp float patterns I found. We christened the printed copy "the smallest pattern in the world" but there was no way to enlarge it, so I rewrote the patterns in a way that made sense to me. For each pick, I wrote down which of the pattern threads should be in the up position. Worked well as long as I remembered to move my highlighter tape as I went.Worked beyond my sleepy threshold, so the second one has some mistakes, but I am getting better.Sunday I was in the mood to spin. I took along my top whorl spindle and an unidentified wool sample I got at SOAR. I wanted to try ply-on-the-fly while I had potential instructors around me. But my spindle was too light and I was struggling. Alana lent me her heavier spindle and gave me some tips, and I did a little better. I am really slow at it, but now I have a little 0.6 oz skein of smooshy three-ply.
When I got home, my spinning wheel, my knitter's loom and my inkle loom were all calling to me, but I ignored them and took a 2 1/2 hour nap instead. Then I gave my craft room a much needed clean up. I had managed to totally trash it in the past few weeks. Now it is neat and tidy and I can start something new tonight. For today, the neglected Malabrigo sweater and I are off to work. Happy Monday!