That's what I'm calling this picture...disaster:
...and I did it all by myself. Not one feline in my house had one paw in on the creativity that caused this mess.
It is a project that has been hard in coming along, and then utterly and completely failed. And I was very sad about it because I'm ready to be done, to move on, to have a wonderful finished object at the end of it...
but that didn't happen with this warp.
Just so you know, when you wind a warp and aren't paying very careful attention and make a mistake in your pattern and then you sley it and don't notice the mistake, and then get it mostly threaded and realize the mistake...
...this is a really good time, to take a step back, tell all the "I can fix this by doing that" demons to get away from you...and just let it sit.
Because those demons truly are giving you bad advice, especially when you say, sure, I can resley this pattern in a completely different way than I wound it. It'll be a tad tough getting wound onto the loom, but I've made small adjustments before without any problems.
Problem was I made very large adjustments and created a ridiculous knotted mess...that I then tried to un-knot the mess and, well, it just got worse. I ended up cutting it out of the loom, throwing away all the warp and starting over.
And I'm ok with that because I like the warp pattern I came up with much better than the previous one. I know I'll be happier with this project than I would have been if I'd spent 20 hours untangling the knotted mess centimeter by centimeter.
But, what I should have done is recognized a mistake in pattern for what it was and left it alone, Kept the project for myself and moved on. But I didn't, and the result was disaster.