I'm intending to sell the one on the left and keep the one on the right for exhibition purposes. With all the silk I've been using over the last five or more years, this is actually the very first piece I've woven where the warp and weft are 100% handdyed, handspun bombyx silk. So it has to be a keeper.
In other creative news, here's a photo of the also just-finished scarf I knit for my sweetie, out of handspun wool that I made nearly ten years ago.
The natural gray wool, if I remember correctly, was a beautiful columbia x corriedale fleece that I bought from a local wool grower. The flecks of blues and aquas were small clumps of dyed white wool that I used in my very first dyeing experiments, and there's also some angelina in the yarn. This yarn might have been my very first experiment with natural colored wool, colored bits, and angelina, a forerunner to some of my more recent yarns.
I hope everybody's having a lovely weekend!