I wasn't going to confess to this weaving blasphemy, but I came across a picture taken by Mike Urban for an article in the paper a few years ago. Truth be told, I touch the edge at every pick, lightly, but I always have. Once I discovered I was not weavingly correct, I had already been weaving for 30 years. I know there are others out there hiding. This is for you
Coming down the home stretch. I will cut this scarf/shawl off the loom this evening (night actually)
This may not be the very next warp to go on the loom, but it is a Bambu 12 Color Horoscope Weaving chain I wound while I was taking breaks during the weaving of the above. Now that I have already confessed to one weaving deviation, here is another. I don't actually make a chain. I make slip knots instead.
As Syne Mitchell is wont to say in her wonderful Weavecast , "You have to be warped to weave."