This is the scarf I wove with Mom in Japan in January. Even she approved the randomness and applauded my doing things so against my nature.
Supplementary warps were added and subtracted randomly, so in parts of the scarf, there are lots of these ends, in others, not so.
In the foreground, you can see how the warp without supplementaries looked lop-sided; as I got used to Mom's warping board and we started winding quicker, the color changes became regular.
Selvedge is dismal. It was the first time I wove on Mom's super-light-weight counter-balance loom and her iffy boat shuttle. But the "scalloped" edges suits the randomness of the scarf; I'm sticking to this statement.
I'm sorry if the pics are sub-standard. My eyesight has been a bit crazy all week and I can't even tell if they are focused or not.