I started out with waffle weave towels, but the loom doesn't like this kind of design because it is an 'unbalanced weave structure'. Meaning that it has a pick that is 3 down and 1 up and this loom is a Fanny counterbalance.
Judith Browning wrote:
You'll face down that warp and plan the next one while you finish it up I bet...likely you already have several in mind.
Waffle weave is definitely a job for a jack loom...but they, in my experience, are so hard on our joints...lifting the weight of too many harnesses.
r ranson wrote: ... I think I would like to make some bonsai olive trees. I don't know how to make bonsais or to keep things alive in pots for more than a few months, but they seem like enjoyable skills to have.
Sebastian Köln wrote:Could you arrange the linen singles so all have at least some part in focus?
The blue one looks nice with the wood of the shuttle!
When it is used for evil, then watch out! When it is used for good, then things are much nicer. Like this tiny ad:
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