I made this blanket in my weaving class, I gave it to my mom as a present for christmas. It is plain weave woven using the double weave technique to make a double width fabric. I made this on my 26" Baby Wolf Loom, and the finished dimensions (before Fulling) was about 48" wide, I can't remember how long, or what the finished dimensions are after fulling it. It is meant as a small lap blanket for my mom to use durring my lacrosse games. It is very warm and soft made out of Alpaca and merino, and fulled a bit to make it extra thick and warm. the colors are my school colors, purple, gold, white, and black, but more muted, it is actually reversable with different color patterns on both sides, but my mom took these pictures and they are only of one side of it. Each strand of the blanket alternated thickness, the thicker yearn is the alpaca and the thinner yarn is merino. Double weave was harder then I thought, especially putting the warp on the loom!! Because of how often I change colors in the weft (Each weft shot alternates a different color and a different type of yarn) I realized I had to do something about the edges because they would have made it so that the blanket didn't open, and was more like a woven tube then a blanket, so I fastened a piece of PVC along the edge of my loom where the blanket was supposed to open and wrapped the weft ends around it and then cut them and tied them off as I wove, making the fringe that goes all around the blanket. It was definitely a labor of love, but I am really happy with how it turned out! OK enough rambling!!