Have you ever had a bad warping experience? I sure have!

When you invest time and money into a weaving, it can be so discouraging and frustrating when things go bad.

There are a few simple steps you can take, while winding your warp, that will ensure you will have a good outcome. This video covers one of the most important steps in the warping process… using a guide!

Enjoy! And if you have any questions at all, leave a comment! 🙂

Ciao,
Teresa


Handspun Runner by Lorelei Loveless, handspun natural wool, hand-dyed wool, 2014

Handspun Runner by Lorelei Loveless, handspun natural wool, hand-dyed wool, 2014

Notes on this piece…

The yarn for this piece was handspun by my grandma Rachel Brown many years ago. Lorelei (my mom) has a stash of this yarn. Occasionally she incorporates these yarns into her weavings.

You can see Lorelei’s current work here.

Enjoy!

Ciao,
Teresa

Chief Style by Joe Bacon, naturally hand-dyed, Navajo Churro wool, 36.5" x 28.5"

Chief Style by Joe Bacon, naturally hand-dyed, Navajo Churro wool, 36.5″ x 28.5″

Notes on this piece…

Joe hand-dyes his own yarn, using natural dyes. He always uses Navajo Churro wool for his weft.

You can see this and other pieces of Joe’s here.

Enjoy!

Ciao,
Teresa