Little time to weave these days, but I like to keep things percolating by designing new drafts. It stimulates the weaving center of the brain. If you've forgotten your anatomy lessons, the weaving center is slightly anterior.
For my fellow weavers: On a recent warp I struggled a lot with the selvedge, either breaking warp threads or getting wobbly results. I first tried a temple but it just doesn't suit me. So I came up with this workaround and it helped a lot. I just folded an 8" strip of narrow card stock around the selvedge and secured it with a binder clip, one on each side. I shared this already with @mloomco and she seems to like it too. If you try it yourself, let me know about your results. Thank you!
visible mending, great for jeans - Sashiko is a form of decorative reinforcement stitching (or functional embroidery) from Japan. Traditionally used to reinforce points of wear, or to repair worn places or tears with patches.