First thing you need to learn when you want to start your adventure with weaving is how to warp a loom. Warp are all vertical threads you stretch between top and bottom beams. You will use them to weave weft - horizontal threads - between them. It’s important that your warp is stretched properly and has a good tension. In this tutorial I will show you how to best warp a frame loom.
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This post is a continuation of my previous post where I showed you how to make a book into a loom, and we got started on weaving. We had a bunch of fun, so click here to catch up and be one of the cool kids who know how to weave! Here’s where we left off… … with just a touch of the sunset starting to emerge behind the
Weaving Landscapes (or just curves) This is something I posted to Ravelry, at the request of a mod who had seen some of the Work In Progess (WIP) pictures. Process post! Someone suggested I do one for the curves and hills when I posted this scarf in the WIP thread. I didn't start taking detail…
Freestyle Weaving Tutorial Part III: Different Colours
First, I want to show you another method of starting threads that I found in this tutorial. Split the tread in two parts for this if possible or use a thread you can use double. fasten it arround a warp thread with a slip knot. Another remark: Diane suggested in a comment to ue plastc…