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Weaving in a Time of COVID-19: How About an Online Show and Tell?

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My show and tell piece: a 16-shaft Echo design using a 4-color parallel repeat.  10/2 cotton warp sett at 36 epi. 20/2 cotton weft.
Well, here we are: Confined to our homes for the most part, working online, washing our hands, even avoiding friends and family during this crazy time. Others are working in health care or serving the public or daily taking health risks in order to keep food on the table and because they are good people who believe in what they do. Hardship and worry. Toilet-paper shortages, even!
And yet... So many of us have much to be thankful for. I, for one, am able to wind warps and plan projects that I had no time for just last week. I'm communicating with weaving friends online rather than face to face, but it's better than no communication at all. Weaving matters to me and so do my weaving friends wherever they are!
Which brings me to the subject of this post. Because of social distancing, those of us in the weaving community aren't able to share and t…