This is an advancing lace structure on a plain weave ground that I found in the Greater Baltimore Weaving Guild’s book Sixty Scarves for 60 Years. The pattern was designed by Carol Bodin, and it is called “Raku.”
Length: 6 yards, 35 epi, 16: wide= 560 ends + 8 ends for selvedges. Total 568 ends
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I threaded right to left and had 2 floating selvedges on the right side, then ended with threading 1,2,3,4 and two floating selvedges. That used the 8 extra threads I assigned for the selvedges.
As you can see there are little huck interlacements on a plain weave ground.
Here is the warp.
The weft is Almaza in a different colorway.
I wove 3 1/2 yards of the lace pattern and 1 1/2 yards of plain weave for fabric to make a jacket.