See! It's not always all about the dollies around here. Sometimes they help me with my other hobbies. ;-)
After nearly two years of not using my floor loom I finally listened to it's call and put on a mixed warp for a couple of scarves. I had last woven on the loom during the most intensely stressful time of my life and somehow my desire to put that horrid time behind me meant that I also left weaving for a much longer period of time than I had anticipated.
To come back to the hobby in the gentlest and safest way possible I purchased a mixed scarf warp last October at the Desert Mesa Spin-In. Even with the warp all calculated, measured, cut and bundled for me, it still took another six months for me to actually approach the loom and get it warped. But for me, warping is the hard part, the part that I dread, and now that it's over. . . .
. . . . . . and I'm back on the weaving bench again, I am really enjoying it. I'm using my own handspun wool/silk/angelina blend and I love the look it's producing in a simple, plain weave.
Peanut and Pumpkin love it too. They are wondering what my plans are for the remaining several feet of warp that remains now that I've completed both scarves.