My husband got me a Kromski Harp rigid heddle loom for my birthday:
The weaving part is super easy (at least a basic plain weave is) but wraping/worping (not sure the propper term) is hard! My tension is all over the place (the warp is the long string that goes the length of the project).
but I made a small scarf with some handspun & sock yarn:
It's a little short but otherwise I am happy with it.
Now I'm working on a longer scarf with a cotton warp (from artfibers) and beaverslide fishermasn wool. The cotton warp is even more wonky in tension than the sock yarn was. But it's still going ok:
and a bit of spinning (my first traditional 3 ply - 1 strand "hot rod" bfl and 2 strands natural bfl):
it makes me think of fruit stripe gum :)