I've had some beautiful, soft Toto yarn in my stash for *years*. In fact, those of you who have been around the knitting blogs for a while will remember the box swap that happened -- maybe 5 or 6 years ago -- where you got a box, took out some things you liked, added some things you no longer wanted and sent it on to the next person. Yeah, ages ago. Anyway, I took out three balls of this Toto yarn from Artfibers which is microfiber. I tried knitting with it and hated it, but thought it would be perfect for weaving.
I also had some nice Svale yarn from Dale of Norwary -- awful to knit with since it is cotton and silk and super splitty, but it made for a nice warp.
I'm using my nifty Ashford Knitter's loom, which I'm loving. I still need to get the courage to warp up my Dorothy Leclerc loom, which I think I'll do for my next weaving project.
It's weaving up very nicely and making a lovely, soft, flow-y fabric. And I know I'll be able to wear this against my sensitive skin.
Despite the other things I need to get done today, I have a feeling this scarf may get finished up this afternoon (especially if this storm starts and I have an excuse to stay indoors!)