I finished my Fifth Weaving Project! By finished, I mean the weaving is finished and it's off the loom. I still have to wash it, press it, and trim the fringe, but I'm calling it finished.
I wove another section of fabric after finishing the scarf length. The directions I use for figuring the warp length include a percentage for shrinkage, but I'm not sure it's necessary for superwash yarns. I can see that a feltable wool or a shrinkable cotton might need it, but I'm not seeing this kind of take up on the superwash wool. I could start making my warps a bit shorter, but if I leave them the way they are, I get to weave this extra little piece of fabric. I'm thinking of using them for little zipper pouches, because everyone can use a zipper pouch.