Peggy’s Weaving Tips > Keeping count while making warps
This comes from page 44 in my Book #1, Winding a Warp & using a Paddle. Here is how to use a counting string to keep count of how many threads you’ve measured. I like to use it to mark …
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Episode 36: Online Weaving Guild with Jane Stafford
Jane is an accomplished Canadian weaver and much beloved teacher who has taught many weavers over the decades of her career. She also hosts an online weaving guild which welcomes weavers all over the world into her class even if they aren't able to travel to Salt Spring Island in person to take a workshop.
Big Color on 6 Shafts!
In 2014, Pikes Peak Weavers Guild’s More Than Four study group used a 4 block profile draft by Rosalie Neilson as the basis for a study. We each designed a project based around the same profi…
Peggy’s Weaving Tips > Tips for lacing on the warp
Lacing on to the apron rod is ideal if your yarn is jumpy like linen or slippery like rayon or so expensive you don’t want to waste an inch. . This is also good for very dense warps when ther…