Pomegranates and Coats
The 6.5 yards of coat fabric finally came off the loom! It's been felted, ironed, and passed to a tailor for sewing. I just didn't want to risk trying to sew it myself. It's shown here drying and providing a lovely backdrop to the weekend's other big project - breaking down 14 pomegranates to make pomegranate jelly. The color is not the usual deep, deep red because I used white pomegranates this year. They seem to be sweeter than the "Wonderful" varietal I've used in the past, or they may have just been more ripe.
14 pomegranates yielded 3 pints of jelly. It's a lot of work for a small yield, but totally worth it.