This tartan great kilt has reached the half-way point! This is a physically demanding piece of cloth. It is 18/2 JaggerSpun set at 36 epi. Very dense for this yarn. The live-weight tension is 60 pounds and I have lashed a 10 pound weight bar to the overhead beater in order to get it to pack in at 36 ppi. I am wishing I had it on the Glimakra or Toika where there is a little more 'swing to the sley'. The antique Leclerc is marginally heavy enough for this dense, 30-inch wide warp. The loom 'walks' about an inch every foot of weaving, even with all the weights hanging on it and sticky-pads under the feet. I use an oak dowel as lever to lift it so I can clean the pads and move the loom back into place. The colors are flowing beautifully and it is rewarding to watch the cloth-roll grow fat. You can see the hemstitching half done on the end of the first panel.