Here is Razzmatazz as it appeared on the loom last week. And, below, is the video of Razzmatazz I & II moving on. Well, moving off actually.
And now the finishing process begins. Anything hand woven needs to be inspected carefully when it comes off the loom. We correct any small errors like skipped stitches, repaired threads, and other minor flaws. All these things can be fixed with some needle weaving and careful inspection. We work very hard to make every baby wrap that is sold by Lotsaknots Studio perfectly woven when it leaves here.
Once all the repairs are made, rails are hemmed (if needed for safety) and ends are also hemmed by machine. The wrap is then washed, inspected and, if need be, small repairs are made and the wrap is shipped to its new home.
I’ll continue to post as the process moves along. Once repairs are made, the initial measurements are taken before the wrap is hemmed and washed. It will be measured again following hemming and washing so stay tuned there is more to come for Razzmatazz.