Help for and from the Weaving Community
Photo Tips from our members
Rubber band unused portions of bobbins to the original cone instead of throwing into a box
Annie, covering your front beam and knots with cardboard tubes-wrapping paper tubes or paper towel cores.
Annie Counting beads, using paperclip to hold in place and mark your place
Karen Y Counting Beads in color You move the bead to the side as you finish treadling that treadle
Karen Y Keeping bobbins organized with a sewing thread caddy.
Karen Y Storing your reeds, adding dry packs to keep moisture out off the reeds.
Karen Y A variety of weights. Curtain rid clips, electrical alligator clips washers, fishing weights on s hook and paperclip
Karen Y Zip/cable ties and velcro ties.
Karen Y Organizing your tool box with small containers
Karen Y Tools in your toolbox. Keeping everything organized
Karen Y Slidding clips to hold unused heddles in place at the side of the loom
Nanette Mini shuttles made from tongue depressors
Nanette use for guiding threads and keeping them separated during warp winding, or as small thread holders. Use side a would ball to find center and the center beginning of ball for center pull ball.
Nannette Using a curtain rod to hold your tie on rod or lease sticks. Run rod from front to back on the back and breast beam
From Valda- Making a reed