I started that sweater at least 10 years ago. I got that far, and decided I really didn't like that pattern all that much, so I set it aside. I'd intended to frog it and reuse the yarn, but I just never got around to it. I had plenty of yarn left over, since I'd bought a sweater's worth. That's what I decided to warp the loom with.
I had a little bit of white yarn left over from who knows what, so I decided to get adventurous.
I'd never tried anything like this, having had my loom only a month, but I wanted to give it a go. It was kind of a pain having to change colors every few rows, but I think it turned out very nice.
Here is the second in my series of snake portraits.
This is Monty, Cody's ball python. He is 9 years old, and no he was not named after Monty Python. Cody named him after Monty Montgomery, from the A Series Of Unfortunate Events books.
That's two down, five to go. And now I have to figure out what to warp the loom with. Again.
It's a never ending struggle, I tell ya.