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February 5, 2021 at 9:29 am in reply to: Thoughts on 3.8.2 – Weaving Your Supplementary Warp Sample #195642
This problem has been asked several times and I have never seen an answer. When sleying I put one supplemental thread in the same dent as 2 of the ground warp threads, just as the directions say. However, when weaving, one of the 2 ground warp threads does not get woven into the fabric and it is looks like its own a supplemental thread.
Help!September 1, 2020 at 11:29 am in reply to: Thoughts on 2.10.3 – At the Table – Primaries & Secondaries on Black #176952
How do you go from plain weave to twill in the same piece?
I’m getting ready to warp this gamp. Looking at your directions on the color sequence, what does it mean to have: 20 forest, then 20 forest/navy, 20 navy, then 20 navy/purple, etc.. do you choose between 2, warp them together, do 10 of 1 color then 10 of the second listed color??
Thanks for your help,
I am so excited to get into the color mixing of this session and especially the clasp weft method using 2/16 cotton. Since I am just beginning to build a stash, I don’t have a great deal of my own supply. What colors of 2/16 (that you sell) would you suggest if I am using the peacock color sequence. I do like purples and greens,
Thanks; I’m looking forward to it!
I am starting on the sample journey with much enthusiasm. My only question is my loom is a 26″ Baby Wolf. Is my loom wide enough to do all these samples and the variations?
I am a intermediate beginner spinner; this video was so helpful. I learned the practical difference between woolen and worsted yarns and how to make boucle yarn. Thanks!April 12, 2020 at 10:20 am in reply to: Thoughts on 5.2 – Project Planning 101… Putting it All Together – Intro to Unfinished Business – Tucking Tails #162033
I have only woven 6 items and have always struggled with selvages. These video illustrations have really helped me improve my technique. Thanks!April 9, 2020 at 9:09 am in reply to: Thoughts on 1.1 – Making a Good Warp – Introduction #161767
First of all…thank you. The quality of these lessons is something that I have never seen through online learning or experienced through in person lessons! I am on my journey to become a “master weaver”. Though there are many experienced weavers in our community/local guild, none have chosen that path. So when I try to navigate through the HGA booklet, I am not always sure what the exact requirements mean in the written text. Your videos, especially the one on sett, is exactly what I need. As I get further along, I may have more specific questions.