My youngest granddaughter was over yesterday for her regular weaving time. This is the first warp she's worked on where the colour and all of the yarns in the warp were of her own choosing.
She chose the yarns last week and was a little disappointed that she wouldn't get to weave with them right away. I told her I still had to wind the warp and get it onto the loom. It was all ready to go when she arrived yesterday.
I think she's really enjoying working with a warp full of colour and texture, rather than the plain black prewound she's been using so far, though she's finding that having pompom yarn in the warp is a little troublesome.
It just so happens that her warp is pink, just like the weaving I just finished! We even used some of the same yarns.
The yardage below is my Dogwood Blossom weaving, now off the loom and ready for its wet finishing.
I plumped up the fringe ends by adding in extra yarn before twisting them.