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September 26, 2020 at 10:27 am in reply to: ‘It’s the Little Things’ Videos ~ weaving tips & tricks #179691
Wonderful Resource! Very, very helpful.
Thank you0September 26, 2020 at 7:32 am in reply to: Thoughts on 3.7.1 – Designing a Double Width Project #179683
I would like to weave the sample for the Double Weave , however the sample kits are out of stock. Can you please suggest other color groups or colorways that would work well? I want to work with the Harrisville Shetland Wool since I have never used it before. Your direct access to the wool colors will work better than me guessing on my computer screen. I was thinking maybe reds-purple-blues but I am open to any suggestions. Thank you in advance, Karen0
This video helped me better understand warping with more than one thread at a time. I finally understand that each group of threads is part of the same cross! I think you just simplified my process of winding a warp.
Colors have always been difficult for me to choose in what I wear, knit or decorate my home with. This was so very helpful. I can’t help but think that Pictures of Birds could provide a great source for color inspiration. I think I may try to create boards for graphics and colors using Pinterest to start.0July 23, 2019 at 6:37 pm in reply to: Thoughts on 1.3 – Making a Good Warp – Multiple Ends in Your Warp and Wider Warps on a Warping Board #157726
Thank you! That really helps-0July 17, 2019 at 10:21 am in reply to: Thoughts on 1.3 – Making a Good Warp – Multiple Ends in Your Warp and Wider Warps on a Warping Board #157721
Can I use this method to warp multiple colors in a specific order? For example 2 blue threads, 2 white thread, 2 blue threads, 2 white threads (repeat)- It appears that Jane is using multiple colors but may not care the specific sequence of the colors. Thank you in advance-1
Hi- I recently purchased a David Loom and am very happy with it. I learned to weave in college and then laid it away for a very long time. Now it is 40 years later and I was ready to begin again. My children are grown and I have retired. I have the smaller size loom and find it is perfect for my needs. I can see and reach everything very easily. I am also 5’2″ . I assembled the loom myself and it was a great way to learn all about its workings at the same time. I have joined the guild after watching as many you tube videos as I could find. I am excited about this online guild as I live in a small town on Lake Erie where most weaving resources are hours away. Best of Luck to you in your search for a new loom.0