Spent today working my way though the process of putting it all on the warping board. First time trying it and, after a couple of false starts, I began to get the hang of it. Well, right up until it was time to chain it off the board. After the first couple of sections I found a couple of threads that were ended at the wrong place and as I started to try and figure out if I could work around that, half of it fell off the board, then more bits fell off and suddenly, I have a tangled pile of boucle cotton on the floor.
I think you can save this, take a deep breath. Push everything back as far as you can on the pegs. Put elastics at the end of the pegs. Put on some choke ties where things are still on the board. Move the paper and stuff on the right side of the wall so you can walk the wall as I do in the video. Then go to the end of the warp that is lying on the floor. Walk as far back as you can to the left of the room so you can start chaining. You might loose some warp ends but you’ll be able to salvage most, if not all of it. My first big warp on a board ended up much worse than this one. Walking the wall really helps you control things. It is always good to make wide warps in more than one section and don’t be afraid to squish it all back on the pegs from time to time.