|Yarn||10/2 mercerized and unmercerized cotton|
|Guild||Weavers Guild of Greater Baltimore|
|Collection||MAFA 2019 Towel Exchange|
|Weave Name||Plain Weave, Twill|
|Weave Category||Twill Compound elements|
Using the idea that if six colors is good, 60 would be better, I chose yarns from the blues and greens in my 10/2 stash, included cotton I had hand dyed, and wound various stripes onto the warping board, trying to balance colors and vary width of stripes. Although I warp back to front, I then threaded different designs grouping and separating as I thought looked nice. I varied stripes and complimented plain weave with two-two twill, sometimes rising, sometimes falling.
What has resulted is a one-of-a-kind towel that I couldn’t reproduce if I wanted to!
The towel is machine hemmed, but with a foot peddle powered sewing machine, which I take to be about as hand made as using my loom.
The draft file I have attached is a sample, not the whole towel.