I finally got my double weave project on the loom. Everything was going great until this happened:
On the left (fold side) of the bottom layer my weft yarn was rising up like a little mountain. This only happened on the bottom layer.
It was a head-scratcher until I realized that this was only happening on the section of warp that was a different yarn. Everything in the warp is Harrisville Shetland EXCEPT that layer was alternating Harrisville and Alice Staremore Hebridean 3 ply. The yarns seemed very similar but apparently not. It looks like it is stretchier, or maybe stickier.
So...what to do?
I am thinking that I will just cut that section out and it will not be as wide. Perhaps a shawl, or big scarf. After all it IS a learning experience, but will it matter if the whole thing is slightly off center (like me, LOL)?
Or I can go through the pain and hassle of re-threading and re-sleying that color out with another Harrisville color. I really wanted that color in there, and I have a lot of it.
I welcome your thoughts and suggestions. What would you do?