The other is a crochet tablecloth, off-white crochet cotton.
Rounds and rounds of increasing lengths, repeating two different 8 or 9 rows of patten.
Well, actually, they are sitting on the shelf right now...my sister has a birthday in a few weeks and I wanted to finish a gift for her. I made a shawl for her using an eyelash weight yarn I've had for years. I tried a few different techniques using this yarn and nothing worked. The method that finally worked for me was hairpin lace.
PS. Yes, the hairpin lace loom is homemade from a pair of yellow flip flops and knitting needles. The second flip flop was used to make a Kumihimo loom (one round, one square). That is my next area to explore - braiding, weaving, and finger-loops, and in there somewhere jewelry making is breaking in, too.
Until the next post.....