A beginning weaver asks Madelyn how to weave tabby on a table loom if all 8 shafts are being used.
Madelyn explains how to put 2 drafts, from 2 different structures, side-by-side in a single weaving.
Madelyn advises a weaver on what to do when a project requires more ends than will fit on their warping board.
Need help figuring out how to tie up blended drafts? Madelyn can help.
How do you warp a second warp beam if you’re a front-to-back warper? Madelyn has the answers!
Even during normal times, weaving is a solitary craft, and weavers cherish their weaving relationships. Madelyn talks about how she is spending her time alone and what she misses.
I usually tie up the treadles the way the tie-up in the article shows them. This often seems to mean that the tabby treadles are tied up on the left side and therefore I need to use my left foot for both of them.
I would like to use up this yarn by weaving baby blankets for a local Project Linus chapter.
When you were demonstrating using the paddle, I couldn’t tell when you moved it up or when you moved it down for sure.