I also finished tying on the wool blanket warp. I like to let wool and cotton warps "rest" overnight after I've tied the first half of a square knot on the front apron rod, so they do all the stretching and settling in then, rather than as I start weaving. I couldn't do that with Pat's warp (it's 8/2 cotton), but learning how to deal with wonky warp tension is part of learning how to weave, right?
Then Pat came over and we had a yummy, yummy lunch at Soup on the Fly here in town. Then she started learning to weave.
Meanwhile, I tied up the Norwood for the blanket.
I think Pat is a Born Weaver - look at that selvedge!
I, on the other hand - well, somehow the fold that's supposed to be on the left side of the warp is ending up on the right side. Oopsie. Probably just need to reverse the tie-up, but I'll do that tomorrow; my brain is shot tonight. Maybe a little light spinning or knitting, just bedtime for me.