Today was glop day. I retrieved an old wall hanging from my stack of rejected jacquard work and coated the back with acrylic medium (aka glop), using an old credit card as the spreader tool. When the glop dries, I will cut the weaving apart for covers for two new blank journals. Drying may take a while, as the humidity is quite high. It rained from dawn to dusk today. At least it's not snowing.
Now that the tablet weaving class is over, it's time to put the TW stuff away and get back to the big looms. Bittersweet. This morning I cut a large stash of rolled up hangings from the cloth beam of the TC-1 and took stock of what I had. A couple more book covers in lampas. And this strange object:
It contained four sample blankets and an aspect ratio sample, in addition to a woven tree. I liked the way they all looked together, so I left them as one big piece instead of trimming. Hemmed it and flung it on the floor for a quick photo.