Marilyn’s experiment: three scarves at once on the floor loom. There were three different warps, one set twice as wide as the others. The weft yarns for the wide scarf were going to be bulky, highly textured natural colored wools. The Rainbow scarf had a multi-colored warp and would be woven all in white singles yarn except for occasional color bands. The Purple scarf would use outrageous fuchsia and lavender colors. The weave pattern would, of course, be the same for all three scarves.
The pattern was a simple 4-pick “plain and twill” that created a raised texture on the facing side and an interesting seedy twill on the reverse. I was pleased with the result, really liked the softness and texture of the natural colored scarf. My edges could be MUCH better.