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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 […]

Handweaving Information

Cardboard Looms How to make a loom with a cardboard box

Baby Blankets Weaving patterns and ideas for handwoven baby blankets.

Clasped Weft How to weave using Clasped weft weaving technique.

Computers and Looms Did you know that that computers and looms are related?

You Tube – Lego Loom

Counterbalance Looms How to […]

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 […]

Wind the Warp - Step 5: How to Warp a Loom

Wind the warp, part of a 10 Step series of articles on warping your loom […]

Weavers Guilds

If you are a beginner weaver, you may have already purchased a book or two on learning to weave. Someone may have given you a small table loom, or perhaps you have jumped right in and purchased a larger floor loom. You have some lovely yarns and an image of what type of projects […]

Reed Conversion Chart

Handweaving Reed Conversion Chart […]

Table of Recommended Setts for Weaving

Table of Recommended Setts for Weaving: cotton, linen, silk yarns […]

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