I haven't done much this past week, fibre-wise, except buy things.
Had the unexpected opportunity to buy the språng loom I borrowed before, so I took it. May not be my taste in looks but it works and I don't have to take my chances trying to get a woodworker to understand what I want. Plus I can fit it in the car and carry it with one hand, it was a good price, and språng looms are rare on the ground.
I got in the mail the most expensive textile I've ever bought, vintage Japanese hemp cloth dyed with indigo. It cost about as much as a pair of pants, and is not large enough for making anything. It is just for keeping and admiring. The feel of it is crisp and intriguing.
Today there's a good prospect I'll be on the spot to help people try drop spindles. I'm looking forward to it.