PDFs

B
bobbin winding
-from a swift 1.2 – 00:49
-with mohair 3.2 – 6.11
-with silk 3.2 – 10.00

C
cottolin 7.3- 31.55
cotton, all about 7.3- 2:18
cotton boucle, how it’s made 7.1- 19:38
counting threads 5.5

D
Division of Space
-Fibonacci numerical series 6.1
-sketching & designing from the big picture using the master sett chart 6.1
– asymmetrical twill tea towel with directional change 6.1 – 39:00
-boucle tea towels 6.1 – 25:05
-floating selvedges, how to include them in the math 6.1 – 46:20
-Grant’s Blankie 6.1 – 14:21
-Kristin’s tea towel 6.1 – 8:51
-Grant’s Blankie 6.1 – 14:21
-placemats 6.1 – 47:26
Dressing a loom, step by step
– counter-balanced loom 2.2
– on a Spring loom 2.1
-beaming a warp onto loom
– 2.1- 28:07 (spring loom)
– 2.2- 20:14 (counter balanced loom)
– 2.3 (27 yard warp)
-cross – sliding unto apron rod
-2.1 6:46 (spring loom)
– 2.2 3:24 (counter balanced loom)
– lashing warp rod to the apron rod
– 2.1- 25:46 (spring loom)
-2.2- 17:19 (counter balanced loom)
-lease sticks
-attaching to castle 2.1- 8:49
– through the cross
– 2.1- 8:26 (spring loom)
– 2.2- 4:05 (counter balanced loom)
-raddle
– installed on top of loom 2.1- 3:04
-multiple threads – if warped with more than one thread 2.1- 12:09
– placement on counter-balanced loom 2.2
– spreading your warp onto raddle
– counter balanced loom 2.2- 8:13
-spring loom 2.1- 11:22
-sleying the reed 2.5
-tensioning the warp after tying onto the front apron 2.6- 8:32
-threading the heddles 2.4
-tying onto the front apron 2.6
F
Floor Mill, warping on 1.5

H
hemstitching
-beginning of weaving 3.5 – 7:02
-end of weaving 3.5 – 26:18
– hemstitching, when you’ve run out of thread 5.3

L
lazy kate -how to make your own lazy kate shoe box 1.2 – 7:48
linen, all about 7.3- 21:00
M
Membership : benefits of membership, how to use website, sound, PDFs, online forum 5.1
P
Project Planning 101 – Elementary Math for Weavers 5.6
-Planning your requirements 5.6
-project planning for:
-2/8 cotton tea towels 5.6 – 10:20
-cotton boucle tea towels 5.6 – 25:37
-Harrisville Shetland blanket 5.6 – 33:35
-Mohair blankie 5.6 – 42:27

S
sett
-2/2 twill 4.1 26:04
-balanced weave 4.1 – 8:42
-changing sett with samples 4.1 – 21:50
-determining sett using a ruler
-50/50 plain weave 4.1 – 4:38
-2/2 twill 4.1 – 30:32
-wool 4.2 – 6:20
-Jane’s Master Sett Chart 4.1 – 20:50
-negative space and bias
-4.1 – 9:20
-4.2 – 0:01
-reed substitution chart 4.1 – 16:33
-setts for cotton 4.1
-setts for laces 4.1 – 42:00
-setts for wool 4.2
-silk warp/wool weft 4.2 – 21:42
-warp faced/weft faced 4.1 – 13:38
scales & microns 7.1- 8:59
selvedges
-carrying weft thread up the side when using colour changes 3.3 – 20:12
-floating selvedges, adding a floating selvedge 5.4
-floating selvedges, how to include them in the math 6.1 – 46:20
-jump the bump and dive the dip 5.2 – 3:21
-smiley faces & frowns 5.2 – 9:54
-tucking tails 5.2

shuttle
-bobbin winding technique 3.2
-with mohair 3.2 – 6.11
-with silk 3.2 – 10.00
-how to use a boat shuttle 3.3 – 2:00
-loading your shuttle 3.3 – 4:25
-jump the bump and dive the dip 3.3 – 15:35
-running out of thread 3.5 – 24:52
-shuttle control and beating: throw, beat, change, beater back 3.3 – 3:17
-weaving with 2 shuttles 3.3 – 12:34
silk & cashmere 7.4 – 9:45
silk & cotton 7.4 – 13:54
silk & linen 7.4 – 16:07
silk & wool 7.4 – 11:40
skein – how to wind from skein winder to bobbin 1.2 – 0:57
T
tow linen 7.3- 24:23

W
warp, making a good warp
-Floor warping mill 1.5
-Table top warping mill 1.4
– Warping board 1.2 – 13:18
-chaining your warp
– floor warping mill 1.5 – 16:05
-practice 1.4 – 13:40
-table top warping mill 1.4 – 10:05
– warping board
– 1.2 – 29:41
– 1.3 – 11:53
-counting threads 5.5
-guide string
– 1.2 – 9:03
-1.4 – 1:19
-knot in warp 1.2 – 20:40
-multiple ends in your warp 1.3
-tying the cross
– 1.2 -27:07
– 1.3 – 9:20
– 1.5 – 14:23
weaving, playing at the loom 3.3
-anchor your thread at the beginning of your weaving 3.3 – 6:17
-advancing the warp, when to 3.3 – 18:32
-broken warp thread, mending 3.3 – 24:54
-carrying weft thread up the side when using colour changes 3.3 – 20:12
– good weaving techniques at the loom (playing the loom) 3.3
-header 3.3 – 4:49
-posture at the loom 3.3
-throw, beat, change, beater back 3.3 – 3:17
-unweaving 3.3 – 32:59
-you can weave in 10 minutes 3.4
woolen spun, how it’s spun 7.1- 3:43
worsted spun, how it’s spun 7.1- 10:44
Y
yards per pound in the count system 7.2
yards per 100 grams 7.2 – 8:30