Recently someone asked me, if I had the chance to do it all over again, what would I do differently. If you thought about your career, your relationships, your family, your life, what do you regret.
So, on today’s Taking Back Friday vlog episode, I want to tell you how I figured out my deepest regret when I learned how to weave overshot.
I would love to hear about your own biggest fear in weaving or with making things in general? What holds you back from trying new things, or what could you gain in your life if you said yes to trying these new things? I’d love to hear from you in the comments.
IN THIS EPISODE
- what I mention in today’s video: Here are links to items talked about and shown in today’s vlog…
- In the video, I mention learning how to weave Krokbragd. If you are interested in learning about this weaving technique, I encourage you to check out our course at the School of SweetGeorgia, Weaving Krokbragd, taught by Debby Greenlaw.
- The overshot weaving project shown is woven on a 16″ Ashford Table Loom 8 shaft, The yarns used are Ashford 100% mercerised cotton in 10/2 and 5/2. (We don’t have this yarn currently listed on our site, but we’re able to order it in for you. Send us an email at: email@example.com!) The pattern is Overshot Sampler from the book Next Steps in Weaving by Pattie Graver
- I also mention the books: New Key to Weaving by Mary E. Black and Shuttle-Craft Book on American Handweaving by Mary Meigs Atwater.
- Congratulations to Katrina at Crafty Jaks as she just hit publish on the Crafty Jaks – The Inquisitive Crafter YouTube channel! If you love spinning, dyeing and wool, please go check it out and subscribe.
- want to learn more about weaving and the fibre arts? I encourage you to come visit all of the weaving content available at the School of SweetGeorgia (SOS) for all different levels of knitters and fibre arts makers! If you are new to the School, use the code: CRAFTWITHUS to get 14-day access for only $1!