After a more than few hours of wrestling with logic, wool and loom, I managed to achieve something akin to warping.
Today I spent time rearranging the mis-threaded strands in the reed and heddles and making sure that the tension front to back seemed relatively even.
That sounds like I know something, doesn’t it?
Please understand that I really don’t know what “even” looks like on a loom (but I’m hoping it’s something like “even” in everyday life) and what sort of tension I should generally aim for. This is whole piece is in the nature of an experiment and play, from start to finish. And, in the nature of all good experiments and games, I’m learning bucketfuls!
I’m learning, keeping notes and rather enjoying the process and that the results vaguely resemble what I envisioned.
And for this evening? That’s enough.