I started this project in January! The plan is to make a doubleweave throw. The technique of doubleweave allows you to make cloth that is twice the width of the loom! I warped the loom and threaded the heddles. Then I looked at it and looked at it some more and pulled it all off the loom and started over. Once I had the yarn rewound on the back beam and both heddles re-threaded (384 yarn ends!), I stalled out. I watched videos and read instructions over and over, but couldn’t get started. I just wasn’t sure I knew what I was doing. I finally dived in again and am back on track. I have woven the header (the blue threads) which spreads the threads and gives me a chance to ensure that my threading and pickup stick placements are correct. The blanket will be in the natural color you see below.