When to is the best time to count PPI, under tension or with slack tension?
The amusing result has been that some students like wooden ones and some like metal ones and now I really need two temples for each school loom.
Because my loom is only 36" wide, I’m thinking of weaving the blanket in two panels. What would be the best way to do this?
Floating selvedges should always be weighted. You can choose to beam the floating selvedge with the rest of the warp, or you can add it as an additional thread suspended from the back beam.
I know some weavers hem their towels before finishing in the washing machine and dryer. Do you have a preferred way?
There are 14 possible tie-ups for a 4-shaft loom, and all of them can be accomplished with just four treadles--even if the draft is for six treadles!
I want to weave an afghan that is 48" wide. I have warping sticks that are only 47" wide. Is there any way I can use these sticks or should I just go the "paper" route?
I've heard of something called a dummy warp, where some inexpensive yarn is tied to the apron rod and then the real warp is tied to that, so that the cheap yarn becomes the loom waste.
An end-feed shuttle operates with a pirn instead of a rotating bobbin. The problem with a rotating bobbin is that when the bobbin is full, it rotates fewer times than when it is empty to unload the same length of yarn.