Saturday, 15 May 2010

Record Sheet, by Noelene Gratton

Each project has a slight variation in the recording. The basics are the same and additional information to easily repeat the project is added, eg: threading and weaving plan for stripes etc. Also it depends how much can be fitted onto the page. As technology and my ability to use it has advanced the record sheet has evolved from simple hand scribbled notes to the current sheet. The basic information has not changed. The draw downs are taken from Pikes Peak Weavers Weave Design downloadable software.




by Noelene Gratton

3 comments:

Meg in Nelson said...

Just amazing, Noelene. I haven't kept weaving records for 3 or so years now, and I know I reinvent the wheel from time to time. I'm just amazed at how you do it.

Judy said...

Oh my gosh! Is that how it's supposed to look.
Just great, Noelene.

Rose said...

Noelene, I am delighted to see you keeping records. A big improvement on the back of an envelope! I don't usually make the same thing again but just the same I keep going back to my records all the time to check details of drafts and setts and sizes.
And thanks for the pointer to that software. I knew there must be something out there that was a step up from the antiquated program I use but not as scary as the "big ones." Maybe you can talk us through it sometime.