I design a bookmark every year for the confirmands at my Episcopal church in Selma, Al, 'Historic" St. Paul's (If you forget the 'historic" part you get excommunicated! (-; )
I did some of these as dukagang and some as taquete. I will ul the dukagang .wif later.
keeps coming out upside down in the picture-draft, but, if you are using Weavemaker, it reverses again when you dl the .wif. OF course, being a bookmark, it doesn't matter which direction it's weaving! There is a photo of it under "my stuff."
This started life as a "peg" or "lift" plan but I had to put it into treadling to get it to upload. This explains the outrageous number of treadles! It really works almost exclusively on a dobby, which lifts the treadles for you via your one or two treadles, or on a lever-operated table loom. I guess you could use a direct-tie up floor loom, but you would have to lift up to six treadles at a time. Some fancy footwork would have to go on.
I would suggest putting it back into "peg-plan" mode if you are using a table loom for this. For those without PCW, if you open a .wif in Word, you will get the peg-plan "spelled out" and it's a bit easier to read if you are doing levers! I initially sampled this on my Northwest Looms "Frieda" then wove the whole set of them on my AVL WDL.