First of all, if I EVER think about weaving two things at once, hit me over the head! Hard!
I cut off one of the pieces I was weaving, even though it was intended to be longer, much longer. Here it is in all its un-steamed glory.
Now, for the results of the ikat experiment
As a reminder, I dyed the tied ikat section and then put it back on the board. You can see how it’s uneven where the two colors come together. That’s a problem to be solved for next time. I’m pretty sure how to do that.
This is where you can see the consequences of that unevenness on the board.
When I dyed the second time around, I didn’t tie all the green sections. The darker areas are where it was dyed over the green.
What will I do differently next time?
The main thing is to maintain the order of the threads more carefully. And if that doesn’t happen, to err on the side of overdyeing the green, so that there won’t be areas of white between the color sections.
I always twine the section with a warp thread on each side to maintain order, but that will need to be done more carefully from now on.