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Wow, what a month! I started out the month with the delivery of the loom, by the 17th I had a team putting together designs for the warping mill, and now I have just finished the first project on the Hattersley loom! One thing I have loved about this project being crowd funded is that you have a group of people following you, cheering for you and at times, way more excited than you are about your own project! Another great bonus? You don't have to worry about who should receive your first projects as gifts because you can just turn to the list of people that supported you! The first project was a shawl that will be given as a thank you to one of the donors through Kickstarter. It is a beauti

Five things that happen once a Hattersley loom becomes a part of your life.

Now that the Hattersley loom has arrived a few things have changed in my life. I thought sharing a few of these might be a fun intro for the first blog post. : ) 1) GOJO becomes your knew signature fragrance. I still smell of GOJO after I have washed my hands three times, showered and it is a full 24 hours later. By the time the smell wears off, I need to use GOJO again, it is a constant cycle. The lesson for this new life change: Accept the GOJO essence. 2) You become a gearhead. While getting ready, driving, eating, working, and grocery shopping I am orchestrating and manipulating the gears from the Hattersley loom in my head. Sometimes this is to quiz myself on how the loom works, other d

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"There is no beauty in the finest cloth if it makes hunger and unhappiness." 

- Mahatma Ghandi