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Carpet warp is wound a bit tighter than plan 8/4. Plan 8/4 is a bit loftier and bloomed a bit more when I used it for overshot than carpet warp. But I’ve used mayville’s cotton 8/4 carpet for warp as well as baby blankets and towels and it works just fine.
the cotton poly 8/4 is much stiffer and great for carpets but not when you expect the softness of cotton.
Prior to joining the JST guild and using her products, my only exposure to 8/4 cotton was the Maysville carpet warp. I found it to be relatively stiff, even after washing and was not super happy with it for baby blankets. However, for the twill episodes I ordered the 8/4 from Jane and was happily surprised to find that it is more loosely plied and has a nice hand to it in comparison. I never knew there was a difference, but there is and whether or not it matters to me is what the fabric would be used for. And I find the price to be the same.