Here's the lampas diary just after cutoff. I spread it out in the back yard for a quick photo. It'll be around 5 feet tall after hemming, and I think it will fit in an exhibition space somewhere. I have another one from 2010, and they will make a good pair.
Meanwhile, on a rigid heddle loom, I'm weaving leno samples for a class I will be teaching this summer. It's at least 25 years since I've done leno, and it's just as relaxing as I remembered.
Elsewhere in the neighborhood the dogwoods have popped out. I used to have dogwood, but no longer. I miss them.
In the Department of Spinning, I've been finishing a batch of Corriedale/yak/rose fiber while watching basketball on TV. This gorgeous fiber comes from Hilltop Cloud, in Wales.