Category: "HowTo's"

  • Spanish but you can completely understand what's going on just by watching. Be sure to...

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  • Broken warp thread? Don't worry! it happens to the best weavers. This is how to...

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  • This method works for ANY loom, not just inkle!

    According to Mary Atwater's booklet on Inkle...

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  • ...or in some cases, semi-rigid heddles!  These are all very easy to make and in...

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  • A Larks Head Knot is used to attach beam sticks to your beams and warp...

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  • "It's better to know a knot and not need it than to need a knot...

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  • Keeping in mind that anything holding warp under tension is a loom, and any weave...

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  • If warping with 2 threads at once cuts warping time in half, imagine if you...

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  • The key to understanding a weaving draft is to imagine that you're hovering above your loom and looking straight down at it.

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  • I was getting a LOT of requests to show the crank and yank method of...

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  • This tutorial is how to double weave to double your sett or weave a tube,...

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  • Pick up weaving seems like a very complicated process but actually, once you "get it"...

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  • Making "real" heddles is easy with a jig made of 4 quick grip clamps updside...

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  • Here's how to make a center pull ball (yarn cake) using only your thumb. If...

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  • You can achieve a lot with color and texture on your rigid heddle loom. Here...

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  • Plarn is "Plastic Yarn" and it's actually a really nice medium to use in weaving....

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  • The following video is intended for knitters but it is, by far, the...

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  • A loom is anything that will hold warp threads under tension. The differences are...

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  • Direct warping is achieved by making a loop with yarn straight off the spool, taking...

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  • Indirect warping is taking the yarn off the spool, winding it around something for some...

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