This seems to be my motto throughout life and now applies to my weaving projects.
I would like to make Christmas placemats for the dinner we have with about 40-50 friends in Mesa, AZ. The weaving doesn't scare me, but winding a 40 yard warp on my sectional beam kind of does. The largest warp I have put on my Model "L" Leclerc was 23 yards. It was not without it's problems, but the tea towels turned out great in the end.
I would appreciate any tips, suggestions, lessons learned from other over-achiever weavers who have tackled such long warps.
Thanks in advance for everything.