Reeds have to be soaked, then you determine which side is rough and which side is smooth…take the 7 reeds that will be the base and lightly mark where the middle is.
We did a bit of weaving, pushing to get the reeds in place; clipping end of reeds together to make them behave and STAY.
And wound up with these in 2 hours:
I thought we should have at least left our corner reeds clipped together to keep them from splaying out, but the instructor said they were fine. Next class we will finish them and have a napkin basket. Maybe.
Joan and I had fun and enjoyed our fellow weavers and laughed a lot. We always do.
More of that fun and laughing today and all weekend as a whole bunch of us gals head to our BSP state convention. Stay tuned for details!
MM and Dan will be “batching” and bonding here in Mayberry all weekend. If you hear any nasty rumors about their misbehavior, don’t believe them!
Have a great weekend, y’all. Beta gals sure will!!!