Sunday, August 17, 2008

Weaving loom that I am selling

This the herb garden outside my back door. Come on in, today I would like to show you one of the looms that I am trying to sell. The Toika loom with the back folded up and the throw is thrown over the front beam.
Angie, our daughter loves to work with the sheep and weave. She is staying with us for awhile. This is my husband's woodworking shop on shearing day. I set up a table to skirt the wool and box it in cardboard boxes till I am ready to wash and card it. I sent off 7 fleeces last winter to be spun into sport weight yarn for weaving. Hey, A lady can't do it all and work too.


  1. Sarita, I loved looking at all your pictures! Thanks for sharing them. I especially love to see your skeins of colorful yarns~they are more beautiful than a bouquet of fresh exotic flowers. hugs, Bonne

  2. Thanks Bonne, I know for sure you are a fiber addict now....God Bless you and Keep you, friend.

  3. what a great blog you have, your fibers are terrific to look at, I cannot wait to see what you do with all those fleeces, good for you for keeping up with everything and slowin things down a bit!

  4. Thank you for the nice comments. I will be sending some of my fleeces off this year because i can't keep up with the looms...


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