JoAnn wove this top which features a neckline that was loom shaped. Getting the neckline just right as you are weaving the shoulders, can be tricky. One suggestion was to trace around a commercial pattern's neckline and then use the curved shape above the neck as a guide while you weave the shoulders. Since the center part of the warp wasn't being woven as JoAnn shaped the curve, she was able to use those unwoven threads as a decorative fringe. Note the finish in the detail photo.
I looked for a written source on shaping necklines on the loom, but couldn't come up with anything in the magazine indexes. I did find instructions in an out of print book Weaving in Stylewhich is available from several booksellers.
Dee had a couple of interesting things for show and tell. The first piece is an off white shawl with a bit of gray/brown boucle threads for an accent in the warp. This is a two block twill giving the shawl an interesting texture.
Dee belongs to a wearable art group and their latest challenge was to make something from a Lois Ericson design for a meeting in which Lois herself will be present. This vest is handwoven wool with decorative ribbon applique and a bright green lining that Dee decorated with a gold scribble pen. Note the interesting seam finish on the right side of the photo below.