Phew, the waiting is over - two of my scarves were accepted into the WeGO (Weaving Guilds of Oregon) traveling exhibit - all pieces will travel the state for a year. One of my scarves is the one above - it's handspun merino/tencel warp and a commercial black bamboo weft and beaded accents on each edge in-between the twisted fringe ends.
The other, which was awarded the Complex Weavers Award (Complex Weavers organization) is my ginkgo scarf shown in a terrible picture in my post from yesterday. I'm sorry I didn't take a better picture of it, that is a small section a larger quick picture taken showing how it is to be displayed in the exhibit - it will hang over a clear plexiglass rod showing the front and back of the scarf. I was working on a deadline to get it finished and in on time so that's as good as it gets.
Now off to the loom to work on finishing up that ginkgo scarf warp - will be using different wefts on at least 2 of the remaining scarves.