Artistically, I was really pleased with the purplish section I completed, and managed to create the illusion of swirling fabric. This is really nice and that technique is going to serve me well on this piece. That is a solid piece, but the direction of the weft threads gives the impression of a space in there with fabric behind it. Good old Cloisters, I knew I'd be able to apply something I'd learned there sooner or later.
I spun up most of the newly dyed roving, and have a little ball of yarn to show for it, which will take its place in the tapestry when I get to a good place for it.
Today's total output here
And one visitor instantly decided to give me a shoulder massage! she explained she did this for her grandmother who brought her up, and I certainly appreciated it, once I got over the surprise. She's on the right of the women posed at the loom, after taking many pix of me with and without the weaving!
Some library staff stopped in to get a tranquillity break, and all in all I was happy with the traffic.
Tomorrow I'm planning on working on the earthloom again, since I'm on a roll now with the design and can't wait to get on with it.
I also have to attach labels to all the artworks for the exhibit over the weekend, and wrap them ready to transport for hanging early next week. Busy weekend.