Monday, March 03, 2014
My turn! Fixing Errors with a Warp on the Loom
This warp is 32" wide on a loom with a 36" wide weaving width. As I threaded, I tucked extra heddles throughout the warp, hoping to avoid having to remove heddles. By the time I was tying on to the breast beam, it was obvious that I'd need to do something more. The warp threads at the left edge of the loom were being pushed in by the extra heddles at the side of the shafts. Time to remove heddles!
Before removing the heddles I threaded the top, the eye, and the bottom of each group with a piece of cotton thread and tied them securely. This should make it easy to put the heddles back on the loom later. Keep your fingers crossed!
Now to go put the heddles away in my collection of weaving tools so I can find them when I want them back on the loom!