This is the twill I am getting from my loom with the current set-up:
This picture shows it a lot more clearly than in real-life. As it is on the loom right now, you can make out Amy's armadillo twill design if you stare at it really closely, which looks like this:
However, on the backside this is what's showing up:
Which to me looks a lot more like her pattern in the book! The part that confuses me is none of her other patterns wove upside down so far. This is what I see, which is the reverse of the book:
So instead of reversing my pedals, I am going to just complete the cloth as is and use the back side as the front side because I like it better!
And isn't this a funny way to sit and look out the window??
Did you know?
- There are 20 different species of armadillos.
- The armadillos closest living relative are the sloths and the anteaters.
- The 3-banded armadillo is the only species that can roll itself into a ball.