Warping and Threading Tools

  • Clerco Warp Dressing

    $11.00
    Specially prepared for wool when threads stick tog
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  • Brass Heddle / Reed Hook

    $11.99
    This brass warping tool has a large hook for sleyi
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  • Leclerc Tension Box Comb

    $8.00
    The Leclerc Tension Box is used with the Sectional
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  • Schacht Warping Paddle

    $28.00
    Allows you to wind up to 20 threads at one time on
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  • Ashford Rigid Heddle Warping Pegs

    $12.50
    Indirect Warping Option now available on all Ashfo
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  • Schacht Warping Pegs

    $31.00
    Warping Pegs are the simplest and most portable wa
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  • Leclerc Warping Paddle

    $25.00
    For warping with more than 4 ends (up to twenty th
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  • Leclerc Warp Sticks

    $25.00 - $38.00
    Made of wood, these are much easier to use th
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  • Ashford Warping Frame - Large

    $139.00
    To create a warp of correct size and tension a war
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  • Leclerc Bobbin Stand

    $193.00
    This is used to hold tubes and/or spools for secti
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  • Schacht Winding Station

    $329.00
    Schacht Winding Station One stand holds it all. T
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  • Introduction to Dyeing Kit

    $52.50
    The perfect kit to begin your dyeing journey. Kit
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    $14.95
    The delicate and durable superfine wool yarn comes
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Warping and Threading Tools

Any rigid heddle loom, table loom or floor loom requires warping, the purpose of which is to measure your warp threads and align them so that they do not get tangled and can be easily threaded on the loom. Warping pegs handle very short or narrow warps; warping boards, warping mills - warping reels have a larger capacity.

With a floor loom, you have two options for warping:

  • use a board (or mill) and a raddle, or
  • opt for a sectional warp beam which allows you to warp by yourself, one section at at time, but you then will need other tools such as a tension box, yarn counter, bobbin rack and spools.

Most beginners start with a warping board and raddle. For information about sectional warp beams, see our pages for each loom manufacturer. 

       
      

If you don't find exactly what you want, or would like a warping or threading product recommendation, please call the shop directly at 800-441-9665 or contact us for assistance.