Direct Warping

transknition

First time using my new loom, first time attempting direct warping!

Put the yarn through the slots (please be ignoring the liquor bottles, they’re not mine)…

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Halfway done…

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Wind up the warp…

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Put half the yarn from the slots into the holes…

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And tie the ends to the cloth beam.

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Warp is done!

I’m going to do a checkerboard type pattern, I think…

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