Hand weaving warping
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Weaving tapestry requires you to be able to weave more than 1 color in the same shed. Learn what to do and what not to do when weaving discontinuous weftin order to weave shapes and imagery. Meet and separate will help you keep your weaving pattern and avoid mistakes!
Warping boards are a great tool for measuring out your warp for your rigid heddle or floor loom. They are simple to use and if you follow this tutorial you will have your warps counted and measured in no time. Plus tips for warping faster and creating a path to easily follow.
Making woven yardage is such a calming experience. When it comes time to actually using it, though, it can be a little scary. Learn how to properly prepare your weaving to be cut and sewn plus follow this simple step-by-step tutorial to learn how to attach woven panels together by sewing them by hand.
How do I get the yarn on the loom? It's not nearly as complicated as you might think. Warping a rigid-heddle loom is particularly easy and fast. Liz Gipson of Yarnworker demonstrates in less than 3 minutes how to thread the loom. As the saying goes, you have to be warped to weave! To learn more about the warped side of yarn, visit www.yarnworker.com #rigidheddleloom #yarnworker #rigidheddlepattern #weaving #warping