Warping and Loom Preparation
With Sallie Guy
Successful warping is just a DVD view away! This comprehensive video includes warping from back to front with a stationary paddle, using a raddle. Weavers can measure warps easily using from 4 to 20 ends at a time with a stationary warping paddle. The motion is rhythmical, crosses are made quickly, and all warp ends remain untwisted. When combined with back to front beaming, this method is ideal for multi-color warps and all types of yarn (coarse, textured, fine, or delicate). Includes aspects of loom preparation including reading drafts, plus threading, treadling, and tie-up as they relate to jack, countermarche, and counter-balance looms.