Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time. Thomas Merton

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Does this loom. . .


. . . make my butt look big?



While checking the tension on some new warp that I had tied on, I stepped away from the loom briefly, then returned to find Pants sprawled comfortably upon the apron.

12 comments:

  1. Doesn't look the most comfortable place to sit!

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  2. Oh, dear! Maybe you should be careful for a while. Pants might want payback for that shot!

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  3. Our pets just want to be where we are ... and sometimes it makes no sense at all!

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  4. Pants just shape-shifted to fill the space so he wouldn't have to share it with one of the other household furs. It's beginning to look like you should have a loom for each fur in the house plus one, so there would be one for you to work at.

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  5. Pants is a big cat. He's close to 20 pounds. When he decided to sprawl on the loom, he completely filled the 22" width of weaving space. This table loom has a canvas cloth that both front and back apron rods fit into. The way I left the front one made a wonderful little sling/hammock just right for him. If this continues, I'm probably going to have to evict one of the 2-legs in the household and take my studio bedroom back (then I can set up the much larger floor loom, too!).

    And here's hoping he doesn't want payback for unflattering shot!!

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  6. Now that's a big cat! Love his name!

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  7. So funny...looks like Emily, especially when she wants something from me (or thinks she's helping me.)
    Smile today. :)

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  8. hahahahaaaa!!!!!! (in answer to the question, pants...) i plead the fifth!!!!

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