At the Contemporary Doubleweave Workshop I decide that I wanted to try some form of combination of double weave and differential shrinkage. Our tutor Liz sketched out a design for me (see the squared paper below) and I worked it into a draft and plan for a sample.
I started weaving it at the workshop but with the distractions of the interesting things that everyone else was doing I didn't get it finished until I got home
This is what the sample looked like when I took it of the loom
and this is what it looked like when I had finished it.
This piece will probably end up as a gift for a small niece. I need to think about the colours but I have enough now to enable me to work on a full size version with four panels. I am delighted with the results and I don't think that I would have got anywhere near weaving something like this if it hadn't been for the workshop.