I've been a bit quiet on the old crafting/ arting front recently. Work's been busy and I've been shattered - any free time and I just crash out in bed. But I've designed a tapestry piece that I want to weave, and I've started working on it this weekend. I originally took ages warping my little lap loom with loads of warps - about 8 to one cm. Then I started to weave, and realised this was far too many warps. So then I looked up what Kirsten Glasbrook says in her fab book Tapestry Weaving. She works at 2 or 3 warps per cm - which is a lot saner. I like to learn from my mistakes!
Anyway, this is the design I want to do! I orginally designed it by hand, and then drew it on the computer (using GIMP) to create the cartoon for the weaving.