In New Zealand, we stopped at Ashford Looms and spinning Wheels. There, we went on a factory tour. I was a little curious about weaving. Eventually, I ordered a Ashford loom with a stand. It is called a Knitter's Loom, which is a table loom. I ordered a stand with it, which I put together. Next step is to warp the loom, which is the vertical stings or yarn. I got that done over a few days. Then, I was stumped about the actual weaving process with the rigid heddle or reed positioning. So, the loom got set aside. Today, I muddled through the weaving process and actually did weave a few rows. I also, learned I need to be more consistent with the tension of the warp, which is a little challenging on a couple of the steps the process of setting the warp by myself. I do have some practice weaving to do in the meantime. This weekend, I will be attending Knit Fit in Seattle, maybe there will be some weavers, there. A friend is coming for the weekend, yarn shopping is in our future, including a shop with weaving supplies. Last Friday, I went to a weaver guild sale and looked at some beautiful weaving and did weave a bit on a floor loom.