I warped my Baby Wolf for the Ocean towels and I've woven two towels already. They look good except for a small segment of the Turquoise-Limette (T-L)warp in the center. Coming off the cross, there are about 11 pairs of T-L threads that are wrong. In some cases, they ended up L-T instead of T-L and in other one other place, they are TTTLL. I thought it wouldn't bother me, but it does, so I want to fix it. I searched the forums and found Season 2, Episode 2, Lesson 3 - Changing the Red Zinger. I think I have enough yarn to do this, especially since I don't need the full 9.5 yards for the replacement threads. I would be changing a span 22 threads at about 8 yards each. I think I even have two empty cones. I'll definitely have to watch the technique part of the lesson a couple more times and take detailed notes.
Is there another way that would work or is the "Zinger Changer" technique the best way to go?
Could you have switched those colours as you were threading? Did you wind those two co.ours together? Can you see where the two colours started winding as a pair, if that’s what you did. If so - you could carefully - one by one - switch those threads in their heddles. My guess is that if you rethread that section T-L starting in the direction of your original threading, you might be able to get them back into their right sequence without threads crossing over each other as they come from the back beam to the front beam. It might be worth trying to see if you can fix it this way first. If it doesn’t work - then you can make your mini warp and going the route you suggested. Keep us posted!