I wound 6 bobbins of thick cotton for the blanket heading. Maybe I need 6-inch bobbins; 4-inch bobbins don't hold much at this thickness of yarn. Or use a rug shuttle, but the shed isn't wonderful. Hmm.
I played on Fiberworks to reverse the tie-up for the doublewide blanket - yep, it produces everything the same, except the SW and NE quadrants of the tie-up are reversed.
Now I suppose I ought to go tie up the Norwood with the new tie-up. Yup, ought to do that right about now. Yep, I should.
Yes, I'm procrastinating. Not because of the contortions of re-tying, but because I'm not absolutely convinced this will solve the problem, and I don't want to face more problems.
I suppose I could compromise - do the retying and then retire from the battlefield till tomorrow night.
Some days I hate being a grown-up.
ETA: It worked, it worked!
(That's just the header yarn, to get the spacing right at the beginning. You'll see the real weft tomorrow. Or this weekend.)