I recently made my third scarf on my 20inch Knitter’s Loom. While I thought I’d be eager to branch out from just plain weave (and worried that the rigid heddle would therefore bore me quickly), I actually find that there is something incredibly soothing about the plain weave, and it’s been a lot of fun to learn to play with color more so than texture.
I took a plethora of blue stash yarns, all cottons (except for one superwash wool and one bamboo). The bamboo was varigated blue and green and the superwash was blue and white. I warped up the stash yarns fairly randomly, then used doubled metallic silver crochet cotton as the weft (I also snuck in some of the crochet cotton in the warp). I used the 7.5dpi reed, as most of the yarns were between sport and light bulky.
I am very pleased with the results! I did have much more trouble than usual with the shed. My guess is that this is due to the fact I didn’t tie off the warp every time , I just skipped a few. I think that played a bit of havoc with my tension.