I am fucking up this project every step of the way, as usual. One of my warp halves is actually significantly longer than the other, for example. WTF?! I used the same goddamn guide thread both times. So I curse my incompetence. But the whole purpose of this project was learning and practicing. Every mistake I make gets reflected in my notes. Mistakes are GOOD for my notes. Mistakes ARE learning and practicing. This is feel-good bullshit, I answer. But really. Rational brain, you know I'm right. You know that you didn't start this project because you desperately needed a new plaid scarf. You started it as a way to keep practicing what you learned in Weaving School. So how about full-on embracing the fuck-ups? YES! Look what I did! I made one warp longer than the other! When I accidentally pulled the guide thread off, I must have stretched it tauter when I put it back on the second time. Let me make some notes about how to avoid that! Someday I'll publish these notes, and help someone else avoid this very mistake. Good job making that mistake. More! More mistakes!