Bradley Rohr

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  • in reply to: Season 2, Episode 4 – Colour and Weave Gamp #188498
    Bradley Rohr
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      Ok, I finally got started and done! 1st weaving project and Jane’s instructions were invaluable. I couldn’t leave well enough alone and decided to put in an extra threading; DD/L/D/LL. I really had fun, especially when it came time to play and come up with my own weft threading patterns, there are some cool patterns that I can’t wait to try out.

      At the end (after two towels), I had a bit of Warp left so decided to try some clasped weft and also some Christmasy colored weft in the original TAW pattern. The cranberry and pine colors were 8/4 cotton.

      Thanks, Jane! I learned so much! I can’t wait to try everything else. And one last thing, you have incited lust in me… I now want a Louët Spring II… someday.

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      in reply to: Season 2, Episode 4 – Colour and Weave Gamp #188502
      Bradley Rohr
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        Ok, I finally got started and done! 1st weaving project and Jane’s instructions were invaluable. I couldn’t leave well enough alone and decided to put in an extra threading; DD/L/D/LL. I really had fun, especially when it came time to play and come up with my own weft threading patterns, there are some cool patterns that I can’t wait to try out.
        At the end (after two towels), I had a bit of Warp left so decided to try some clasped weft and also some Christmasy colored weft in the original TAW pattern. The cranberry and pine colors were 8/4 cotton.
        Thanks, Jane! I learned so much! I can’t wait to try everything else. And one last thing, you have incited lust in me… I now want a Louët Spring II… someday.

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        in reply to: Look where we all live & Introductions #180388
        Bradley Rohr
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          Hello all, I am Brad from Long Beach, CA.  I’m a long time knit and crochet person who tries to dabble in whatever fiber form I can.  I am new to multi-shaft weaving but have done inkle weaving, ridged heddle weaving, and card weaving.  I have also been teaching myself bobbin lace for the past few years.  Other fiber arts I participate in are nalbinding, spinning (wheel and drop spindle), and tatting.  Glad to be on here and SO glad for the treasure trove of information and collective experience!

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