I have spent the day figuring out how much yarn, how long the warp must be and what the sett (# of ends per inch) nees to be for the next two warps.
I have everything I need to work on one of them. It will be a white silk scarf, a gift commissioned for a very elegant gentleman. A few weeks back I went to his place of business to "scope" him out to see if I thought that what I had in mind would in fact be right for him. I decided it will be, so now that the calculations are done I can start moving on it.
The other work is for a company in Mesa, AZ that provides parts for the restoration of antique radios. I will be weaving grill cloth for antique Philco radios. I have done this before but needed to calculate how much yarn I will need to order to make enough for about 100 radios (about 44 yards). Who would have guessed there were that many being refurbished? The order came in after the yarn company (on the east coast) had closed for the week so I need to call them on Monday morning to start the shipment on its way. I need to double check the price as well to be sure that the higher price will be covered by a new quote to the company.
I have also done laundry and ironing and shopping for ingredients for what I will take to a pot luck tomorrow at 1. I decided to make lasagna. Fortunately I have an older recipe; these days the package for the pasta calls for commercially prepared jars of sauces and I think my home made version is better. The house will smell very nice tomorrow but there won't be any left over....