However the mathematical precision of this rectangle loom weaving was a major temptation Can you see the lady sitting in front left? She was enthusiastic to explain to me how I could weave a lovely wool scarf. It was tempting but I resisted and merely took the information.
Next around the corner was the Navajo Spinning lady. I had never seen this before and was intrigued. Rolling the spindle against her leg seemed to be the main technique and I wondered if that made one thigh thinner than the other. She says no! The yarn was not an even ply but of a knobbly texture and she weaves it into wonderful fabric for vests, jackets, hats etc.
I am on the last stretch of the Hardanger Runner and tonight hope to get more of the cutwork completed. There may be a finish to show soon. And I have tacked up the next project :-)