Warping Back to Front with Two Crosses

Loom Type Multi-Shaft Floor or Table
Author Handwoven Editors
Format Article/Tutorial

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Warping back to front with two crosses is useful for warps with threads that are extremely fine, very sticky, or overly-twisted. The warp is beamed through a raddle cross only so that the threads do not have to separate individually as they are beamed. A threading cross at the opposite end of the warp is then used for threading the heddles.

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