First, I dyed some 140 lb paper in a random splashy manner. Then cut a 2 3/4 X 4 inch rectangle in the blue paper and warped the rectangle with orange linen. I'd never tried to weave in the wedge weave technique, and since it looked simple enough to do, (spoiler alert: it's not simple), I chose some colors and began to weave. This is my first attempt at weaving with all this yarn I've spun. I find that the thinner yarn weaves more easily and looks better for this technique than the coarser spin.
Pat enjoys designing and weaving tapestries, designing and constructing books, cooking, painting with watercolor, and fooling around in Atlanta, GA. Member of the American Tapestry Alliance, Tapestry Weavers South, Southern Highland Craft Guild, Southeastern Fiber Arts Alliance