Learning to Weave
Since its first printing a decade ago, this guide has become the standard text book for both teachers and self-taught weavers, teaching all they need to know about warping, reading and designing drafts, and the basics of weave structures.
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Now, slide all your heddles to your left. (Lefties, do the opposite.) If you know that
you have many more heddles than you'll need, you may slide some of the extras
back over to the right side of the shafts. In theory, this gives the shafts a better ...
Metal heddles have a directional twist. Thread them so that the warp travels in a
straight line from front to back without kinking. Eight threads threaded in a straight
draw. slide the heddles around as you need them. Rehook them just before you ...
In this case, you'll need to slide all errant heddles (and those in the way) off of the
heddle bar, flip the offenders over, and put them back — a tedious process, but
worth it in the long run. See below for how to do it. One last note on direction.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - fiberguildreno - LibraryThing
An all round great book for beginning weavers. It has information on planning and winding warps, learning to read weaving drafts and how to get a warp on the loom. In this revised edition both front ... Read full review
Learning To WeaveUser Review - John Sandstrom - Book Verdict
This is one of the best single book introductions to weaving available. The first section is for the true beginner, the second for those who already know the basics, and the third for those who have ... Read full review