Weaving is like that. It's a process with discreet steps, and each one must be followed with care and in order. That's the left brain part. But most of those steps are, within themselves, repetitive - one might say meditative. That's the right brain part.
There's a great deal that must be done before warp ever meets weft: measuring the warp, sleying the reed, threading the heddles, beaming on. And before that there's design - color, texture, pattern.
Last summer on my fiber stay-cation, I planned a project based on Monet's water lillies paintings. I dyed the yarn and measured the warp.
For day seven of Art Every Day Month, I sleyed the reed.It doesn't look like much, but it's a step along the way.