I have finished with the last of the Wensleydale roving that I spun. I used it up making a shawl on the 5 foot triangle loom. I used a "leno lace" weaving pattern, which consists of moving a warp every now and again. If you move a warp one nail across the top, you must move it two nails on each of the sides. This will leave a space which you then fill by twisting the warp stitches. Usually, I will twist the vertical "ladders" first, and when I am finished weaving, I go back and do the horizontal warps. Here is a close up of the lace pattern, you can see how the warps are twisted.
I hope to attend the MSW ..if I go...I will wear my shawl.