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Table of Recommended Setts for Weaving

The sett of your cloth can vary, depending on your yarn and the desired drape of your fabric. Below is a table of recommended setts. To achieve the correct result, it is best to sample. Weave a small section, and wash your sample before continuing with your project.

bamboo reed

Weaving Setts for Cotton Yarns

COTTON (840) YPP Tabby – Loose – EPI Tabby – Firm – EPI Twill – EPI
3/2 1200 ypp 10 14 18
5/2 2100 ypp 12 16 18
8/2 3360 ypp 20 24 28
8/4 1680 ypp 14 16 18
10/2 4200 ypp 24 27 30
10/3 2800 ypp 20 22.5 24
16/2 6720 ypp 28 30 32
20/2 8400 ypp 30 32 36
20/3 5600 ypp 22 24 28
20/6 2800 ypp 20 22.5 24
24/2 10080 ypp 30 36 40
24/3 6720 ypp 28 30 32
30/3 8400 ypp 30 32 36

Weaving Setts for Linen Yarns

LINEN (300) YPP Tabby – Loose – EPI Tabby – Firm – EPI Twill – EPI
7/1 2100 ypp 20 22.5 25
10/1 3000 ypp 24 27 30
12/1 3600 ypp 25 28 32
12/2 1800 ypp 20 22 24
14/2 2100 ypp 20 22.5 25
18/2 2700 ypp 22.5 24 27
20/2 3000 ypp 24 26 30
30/2 4500 ypp 28 30 32
40/2 6000 ypp 32 36 45
50/3 5000 ypp 35 37.5 45
16/4 2420 ypp 8 12 12

Weaving Setts for Silk Yarns

SILK YPP Tabby – Loose – EPI Tabby – Firm – EPI Twill – EPI
20/10 950 ypp 7 8
20/6 1500 ypp 10 12 14
12/2 2950 ypp 18 20 22
20/2 5000 ypp 24 26 28
30/2 7500 ypp 30 32 34-36
60/2 15,000 ypp 60 64 66-70
120/2 30,000 ypp 120 124-128 132-140

Other Conversion Charts

Table of Setts

Crochet Hook Sizes
A table for conversion of crochet hook sizes: metric, US and UK.

Knitting Needles
A conversion table for UK, US and Metric knitting needles.

Reed Conversions
Table of metric and Imperial measurements for reed sizes.

Ravelry Discussions

Rigid Heddle Looms – Newbie Questions

Weaving Pattern Books

Weaving Made Easy: 17 Projects Using a Simple Loom
The small, portable rigid heddle loom can be used to easily produce loose, drape-friendly fabric as well as dense, sturdy material.
UK: Weaving Made Easy

Collapse Weave: Creating Three-Dimensional Cloth
Collapse cloth when removed from the loom and washed, takes on an entirely different appearance as the threads draw up and create puckers.
UK: Collapse Weave

The Weaver’s Studio: Doubleweave
How to weave a tube, and a tube within a tube.
UK: Doubleweave

Weaving Looms

 

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