It is a lot of fun. The loom is user friendly; friendly is actully a very appropriate term here.
This is the boat shuttle that 'sails' through the shed and across the warp, carrying the weft. In the jars are thrums, the saved bits and pieces resulting from sewing and knitting and other fibre projects. I put them into the shed on top of the warp threads and wove them into the piece.
It feels good to wear. Spring weight, made from the skeins of linen I bought at a garage sale two summers ago (I doubled the yarn to get a denser fabric).
Now I want to weave one for summer, likely on an ivory flax warp, likely using cotton or cotton blend. Maybe with thrums again. And likely sprigs of herbs like rosemary and southernwood and sage. The sprigs of Australian bushmint I wove into the first piece (pos. vest bodice) are drying and releasing their fragrance. A wearable garden is a delight.