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How to Warp a Band Loom

Band Loom Lease Sticks

To warp my new Glimakra band loom, I use a method that is similar to the way that I warp my large floor looms, front-to-back. The total length of the band loom is about a meter, a comfortable distance to reach both the back and the front beams of the loom, if you sit […]

How to Warp a Rigid Heddle Loom

Instructions for how to warp a rigid heddle loom. […]

How to Warp a Beaivi Weaving Loom

To put a warp onto a Beaivi Sami weaving loom is a fairly simple process. I use my warping board that is attached to the back of my loom to measure the warp – similar to preparing a warp for any other loom. While I am measuring the warp, I thread the Beaivi loom […]

Counterbalance Looms

Yes, you can get a good shed on a counterbalance loom. It is just a matter of balance. The main thing to remember, is if the loom tie-ups are not centered, then weight of the shafts are not balanced, and you will not be able to get an even shed.

You can even weave […]

How to Tie up a Countermarche Loom

Instructions on How to Tie up a Countermarche Loom […]

Water Jug Warping

Sandra demonstrates how to warp a loom using water jugs […]

How to Tie on a Sectional Warp Beam

How to tie on to a sectional warp beam,a series of features showing how to warp a loom […]

Tying Warp onto Front Beam - Step 10: How to Warp a Loom

How to tie Warp onto Front Beam, part of a 10 Step series of articles on how to your loom […]

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