The thing about designing patterns for the 6″ loom is that if you don’t get it right the first time, you’ll be sorry . . . that is, until you get it right. It’s a colossal drag to have to reweave a pattern on that gigantic loom more than once! (Who knew six inches could seem so big?)
After the “Cross My Hearts” pattern, I was kind of on a roll and designed two companion patterns. Here’s one of them. (I’ll post the second one as soon as I weave up a sample.)
If you need instructions on warping the loom with different colors, the best I can offer at this point is this blog post. However, this one might also be helpful. When I do this kind of set up again, I’ll photograph the process. Of course you can use one color or set up the loom anyway you’d like.