|This one is a bit out of focus....but I wanted you to see my warping |
technique. I learned to warp back to front and with fragile or fuzzy yarns
I believe it is the only way to warp a loom. The yarns do tend to get tangles so I straighten them out, mainly pulling on themmove the lease sticks down the sliders on each sideand wind the warp on the back. I tension the warp by pulling
on the whole mass and tightening it on the back beam.
I also tighten it on the back beam after tie it on the front beam extension (stick).I use this technique for the fine unmercerized organic cotton yarns also.
|Can you see the different yarns? They all shrink just about the same, but there|
are several different types of accent yarns along with the rayon chenille. Some are taken from extra bobbins, some chosen because they are a neat accent, but wouldn't want to do a whole project with them, and some I just have a little left so throw it in.
There is a little trick of shrinkage differential making the ruffle collar.
I'll added the finished caplet when it's finished.