There was some question as to whether it would be finished or simply chopped off the loom. Static electricity made its first appearance in my studio and seemed to live continuously in my warp. I have never had this problem before in all my years of weaving. And naturally, I had a most complex weaving scenario going on, weaving three pieces at one time with four warps, seven shuttles and fourteen spools of rayon and metallic thread. It seemed all threads would simply hug the warp, any warp, every warp...grrrr.... lots of messes, errors and re-do's.... spritzing every couple of passes seemed to help in the short term. What would have really helped was a nice marine layer to roll in and fill our canyon with fog.
I am glad I simply pushed through the static and got this done. I want to thank my DH for sticking in there with all the consternation and swearing coming out of the back studio. In the end, I think the three pieces will look absolutely exceptional once rested, trimmed, tweaked and mounted.
And for my color study group - voilá - a tetrad!