The warp was wound in 1" stripes at 16 epi. It is sett at 2 ends per inch in an eight dent reed, measuring 28" wide.
Here is another view of the trapeze. It keeps the warp taut with the milk jugs about one fifth full of water and hung on the ends. The best part of this way to warp, is that I can put a warp on the loom without help is most cases.
After I got the warp on the backbeam, I took some time to reconsider the twill I was planning to weave. Looking through Marguerite Davison's Handweaver's Pattern Book, I found New Canaan Check on page 118. It has a 16 thread repeat, so I played around with it a bit on Fiberworks on my computer. I ended up choosing version XI, which is showing on my monitor (a bit stretched out for ease of reading while threading).