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Class is about to begin. Welcome to Overshot 101: Dressing the Loom! In this 2-part video series, I’m walking you through the nuts and bolts of overshot.

Even though it looks complicated and overwhelming, I promise that you can do it! You simply need to know a few things going into it and that’s where I come in.

In episode 71, I’m explaining 3 things you should be aware of when dressing your loom for overshot. There’s only 3! You’ve got this!

Show Notes –

History of Overshot – As I went looking for more information on overshot, I came across this fabulous blog post, written by Tegan Frisino for Comfort Cloth Weaving. While reading it, you really get the sense of how special this weaving pattern is and why it is significant for our country. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! This link will take you right to it. 

Intro to Overshot – If you aren’t familiar with overshot, I have just the thing! There is a brief overview of overshot in the archives of A Handwoven Experience and you’re invited to check it out. Click here to see what all the excitement is about. 

Custom Month –

Did you hear the great news? For the month of September, which is Custom Month, I’ll be loading up the AC Insiders with tips and tricks on how to do your own custom projects! Join our online community to jump start your creativity today! Click here to become a member. I can’t wait for you to join us!

And if you would like me to create a fabulous custom project for you, now’s the time! All holiday projects need to be in the queue by October 1 to give me plenty of time to weave something magical, just for you! Head straight to the Custom Page to get all the details and let’s get to it!

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The absolutely best thing you can do to help with your weaving journey is to sign up for the Weekly Weaving Newsletter! This online Wednesday publication will keep you posted on that week’s FREE weaving educational content, plus I always toss in a story from me! It’s equal parts education and entertainment, all wrapped up in a short, few-minute read!

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