This certainly looks like a happy weaver!
I'm so proud of how diligently she worked on it without anyone leaning over her shoulder every step of the way. She learned to use the electric bobbin winder, and after helping her with the first one, she did all the others on her own.
Today, when she was almost done, she came to get me to show me how the weft was starting to curve up at one end. Most people wouldn't even notice, but she has such a good eye for that type of thing. I reminded her to pull the beater from the middle, and we jiggled the loom around a bit to get it squared up, since we had moved it. I tightened a couple edge threads, and it seemed to fix the problem.
Hopefully she will get it done by the weekend. Fortunately, there is no rush. With the heat we have been having, I don't think she will want to wear it this week!