Now... for 2010. I want to begin anew for the next year, this time on a frame loom that I can take with me when I go out of town. I'll probably have more changes to make in my approach but will continue to use bits and pieces of weft bundles left over from other tapestries. Maybe next year I won't mark each day with a notation of date, just weave a bit every day but keep each day's part distinct from the previous one in some way.
Other weaving is going on right now, just not much tapestry. I always like to weave gifts for the holidays and I've spent the past two days getting the 4-shaft loom dressed and threaded for that. I've learned a new method of warping (after being perfectly happy with the way I've done it for decades). I read about a trapeze system on WeaveTech and did a make-shift version using my Brennan plumbing pipe loom. I'll post photos of that later--pretty nifty way to warp! I got a 4-yard warp on in less than an hour and without having to strain my iffy hands with popping and pinging and pulling to ensure the warp wound onto the beam evenly and with correct tension. Lots to learn about all kinds of things in weaving--that's what continues to keep me interested (among other things).