aksed about the sheds on inkle weaving for the patterns I make. Here are the pictures.
Shed 1: Slip hand between groups of strands and push down. This is usually a tight shed so a bit more pressure will need to be applied than the others. Also it hardly ever slides fully free so you will need to use your other hand to help lift the strands in front of the heddles in order to get the shuttle through.
Shed2: Push down briefly on non-heddled strands first then you will be able to slide your hand in front of the second set of heddles and pull up.
Shed 3: Pull up on non-heddled strands.