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Thank you! I’ll read the info on the link you posted.
Is there a trick to it? Or concerns I should be aware of before I try it?
and do you go by Ginny? We may have met at Jane’s…..
Hi Freda, I am not sure what you all mean b a chain but what I do is just lay contrast yarn over or under every 20 ends as I go. That way I can easily know where I am when making a big warp. I can count to twenty without losing track. Ha!
then when I’m finished I just remove that serpentine yarn and it’s all even. Did any of that make sense?
My name is Jean and I live in Alpine, Tx – which is a town in Far West Texas near the Big Bend National park. I have been weaving off and on for almost 2 years now. I am absolutely a beginner. I have been fortunate to attend two workshops with Jane and learned so much. I bought an 8harness 10treadle Louet Spring loom and am just now starting my second project on it. A blanket out of Harrisville Shetland wool.
I also knit some, try to spin and fly airplanes. I’m a flight instructor but have taken a break from instructing lately.
Anyway, it’s very nice to “meet” you all. I am looking forward to these online classes and I’m sure I’ll have umpteen questions as we go along! I actually already have two, but will post those in another thread 🙂
PS : hmmm, don’t know why it says Norma. Might be from my credit card….
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