I've been working on my linen samples for the last few days after coming home from work. They were going ok, but I was having trouble with an even beat.
I tried that this evening, changing the sett to 32 epi. It definitely helped with making the plain weave tighter. The first sample looks quite a bit better. I think that once the wet finishing is completed, most of the reed marks will disappear.
I'm so thankful to learn about the live weight tensioning. It has made weaving on the tiny loom much more enjoyable with not having to get up after every inch of weaving to release the brake.
Kati sent a message that her reprinted book, Warp With a Trapeze and Dance With Your Loom, is now available. Here is a link to order a copy:
I haven't decided on my next project. In fact, I don't even have one concrete idea in my head. I think clearing out some excess accumulation of "stuff" may be a priority, and as soon as it gets a little warmer outside, I have flower beds in need of thinning out, weeding, and mulching.
Bed is calling. I have to get up early for work tomorrow.