It helped that most of it was in plain weave, no delay in keeping track of a pattern, and I had no tension issues.
There were six rows of two sets of embroidery floss, with one shot of the background perle cotton in between to keep it stable. Then I had to cut the long floats of floss to make the corduroy. It didn't take nearly as long as I thought it would. If I wasn't distracted I could cut a stripe 20 inches wide in fifteen minutes.
|Cut and Uncut|
After the weaving came the hardest part for any weaver.....
Cutting up what you spent so much time putting together. I'll leave that for next time.