Hi Catherine, gosh, this was so long ago I had to go back and look at it again. As soon as I saw it I knew what I had done. When I wove the first piece before I cut off and tied on again I was having a bit of build up on my selvedge so I cut out two ends on those selvedge dents. They were just hanging off the back. So....I would try with 4 ends in a dent on the selvedges and if you don't like it you could pull out the first 1 and 2, it won't change your plain weave structure. BUT....we did this before we did the episode on warp faced weaving where I go into other ways of controlling the selvedges. I would try weaving it at 4 ends per dent on the selvedge, then if you are having problems, but don't assume you will, (don't look for a problem until it presents itself), then watch the selvedge section on S3 E5 and see if that helps and if you are still having problems cut out the 1st 2 warp ends and the last 2 warp ends so you have 2 per dent on the selvedge. So many ways to approach the selvedge and it is good to see different ways of coping. Let us know how you make out.