And... the third weaving project.
Once I took the blue scarf off the loom, I immediately dove into the "basket o' odd balls" and came up with this combo. I ball of Pink kid silk laceweight, and some multicoloured silk laceweight I got from Grand River Yarns years ago.
I again entertained some people by warping the pink across our screened porch, but the difference this time is in the heddle (that slotted white thing in the picture below). The Cricket originally came with an 8 dent heddle - meaning there are 8 slots per inch. An 8 dent is perfect for fingering up to worsted weights (and probably bigger, but I haven't woven anything bigger than worsted). I knew I wanted to weave some finer weights of yarns, so I asked Tove if she could order me a 12-dent heddle, which she did, and I picked up the day before we left on our vacation. This heddle is perfect for laceweights, so off I went.
Of course, weaving with laceweight is taking a MUCH longer time, but I'm loving how it's coming out. I've got a lot more than this done by now, but weaving has stalled a bit - I haven't touched the loom in a week or more - looking at these pictures, I really must get at it again - it really is lovely to work with the silks.