Tying up the Countermarch Loom
Author: Joanne Hall
If you're a weaver who is fortunate to have a large countermarch loom come into your life, you might find beaming and tying up those two sets of lams and the overhead jacks and, hopefully, many treadles, a rather daunting task. The information is out there in old articles and from the manufacturers via their dealers, but here is a personal, guided look at the entire warping process from planning to the final tying to the cloth apron rod. The author explains all this using both old knots and the more modern Texsolv cord system. Follow her along, and this author will help you toward weaving on a warp with a clean shed, even tension, and many hints for making the final little adjustments.
- Paperback: 34 pages
- Publisher: Elkhorn Mountains Weaving; 1St Edition edition (2006)
- Language: English
- Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.8 x 0.7 inches