It is very pretty, and even though I'm mostly only doing plain weave, it is making some interesting patterns. I am quite taken with weaving, and I think I will buy a rigid heddle loom as an early Christmas present, and keep having fun with it. The eight-shaft table looms we use at weaving cost about $1100, which is a bit much for a hobby I may lose interest in, but I can get a rigid heddle for a lot less, even if it can't do as much. I figure if I keep weaving for a few years and really get into it I can get more complex equipment. For when I retire. In my studio. Sigh.
In the meantime I can work on my Trump colouring book that my husband got me in Washington DC. In Australia you don't have to worry about anyone thinking you are a Trump supporter, or offending anyone who may be a Trump supporter, because everyone thinks Trump is a rude, stupid and generally unpleasant man. It is one of the very few political issues everyone agrees with. The NSW State Parliament recently passed a resolution - unopposed - calling him a revolting slug unfit for public office.
The colouring book has him at various moments of world history. Some of them are very funny - the one with Gandhi is a particular favourite. This is him signing the Declaration of Independence. Must get the colour pencils out.