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Guide To Weaving Headers

Guide To Weaving Headers

Unless you were tie your warp onto your loom one warp at a time (not recommended...) you will end up with bundles at the beginning of your weaving. These bundles serve the purpose of attaching your warp to your loom, but they also make it so the spacing at the...

Huck Lace – Weaving Pattern Spotlight

Huck Lace – Weaving Pattern Spotlight

When it comes to weaving patterns, there really is no limit to what you can create. Just look at any weaving pattern book and you will find so many different interesting patterns to play with!  Previously we have talked about overshot and waffle weave, so make...

Waffle Weave Pattern – Weaving Dimensionally

Waffle Weave Pattern – Weaving Dimensionally

When it comes to weaving there are so many different types of patterns that you can create! That is one of the wonderful things about it.  So full of possibilities! Waffle weave is a really fun and dimensional weaving pattern that can be used for both practical...

Warp Separators – Why Do You Need Them?

Warp Separators – Why Do You Need Them?

A question I get quite often is what are warp separators and why do you need them? Warp separators are a tool or material that you can use to keep your warp on any advancing loom (rigid heddle, floor, or table loom) evenly tensioned for the duration of your...

Hi! I'm Nicole!

Hi! I'm Nicole!

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