On Wednesday morning I cut the cloth from the loom and spread it out on the studio floor (I blurred the floor a little in this photo to hide the dust bunnies!).
Starting from the lower right corner you can see the six folios, with right and wrong side pages, and finally the longish strip which will be the wraparound cover. As I measure the pages, I find a lot of variation in sizes, but I kept the images toward the centers so that if trimming is necessary on any given page, nothing important will be sacrificed. Sort of like the bleed margins when laying out pages for printing.
For the next few work sessions I'll be trimming, stitching, and otherwise securing the edges. After that comes the assembly of the cover sandwich and the actual binding. But that's for another day.
Hey there, weavers with Macs - have you tried the new demo version of Fiberworks PCW? Wow! I'll have to have just a little more patience, as the cut and paste from Photoshop to the sketchpad is not yet implemented. But apparently it will be here soon. Practice steady breathing.