Last year I picked up a number of cones of varigated chenille from a weaving who was moving and sizing down. Varigated chenille is not something that was on my radar. But it was high quality chenille at a great price so who can resist.
I am currently finishing up a couple of lap throws using varigated and solid chenilles in a herringbone structure. The sett is 18epi with weaving width of 40".
The warp looks lovely on the loom. And the herringbone looks great even though it seems to be obscuring the variation in warp colors. Am hoping that when it is off the loom everything will come together. Will post another picture in the future.
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