Doing this on a table loom without treadles is quite difficult. I suggest using a magnetic board for keeping track of the progress per rapport.
Had to weave double the length, cut in half and stitch selvedges together. There is a little puckering (minor) where my picks per inch varies due to inconsistent beating.
will be back to add details, addressing pendleton tiedown questions
basically, the cut selvedge from Pendleton needs a tiedown, I've traditionally used my warp material as the tie down.
The blue is the fluff
The red is the warp material tiedown
I got tired of knitting or crocheting dish cloths, so here my solution. I would have had 10 finished ones, if I hadn't tried to get fancy with the Draft! Had to re-work the heddles and than finish!
The third warp of my "Little Blocks" Towels yielded nine towels. After machine hemming and machine washing and drying, each measures 19" x 27". The 8H Twill Blocks structure is fun to design and weave. The resulting cloth is a joy to handle.
This is an advancing twill and was tromp-as-writ. This is my favorite weaving project so far - I tied on several warps before I finally made myself move on to a new project.
This was a dog of a project. I could get a decent shed the entire time plus my repair heddle was a royal PITA. Don't know why I didn't attempt to retye the stupid thing. But once we got it off the loom, wet finished and hemmed, it looked very nice.
I just started weaving after doing a 12" sample and washing it. I am happy with the sett and the treadling creates this sort of curly houndstooth I was trying to achieve. The draft is a combination of a draft I saw in Helen Bress' The Weaving Book and Davison's book.