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Have you ever wondered how you’re supposed to keep track of a REALLY long project while you are weaving it? You need a method for how to measure a project in the loom!

In this episode, I’ll show you the beauty of a measuring yarn – the philosophy behind it, as well as exactly how to use this simple trick!

No longer will you fret over how many inches you’ve woven. You’ll be confident keeping track of your progress and weaving will be much more fun! All it takes is a bit of yarn!

Show Notes –

Multiple Projects on One Warp – Nicole over at Warped Fibers shared a great blog post about the benefits of planning more than one project per warp! While it’s an easy read, it is also jam-packed full of great information. Click here to check it out for yourself. 

How to Replace a Warp Yarn – While you are weaving your extraordinary, yet lengthy project, there is a chance you could encounter a broken warp yarn. (I don’t want to jinx it, but I want you to be prepared if it happens!) In episode 52, I intentionally broke a warp yarn just to show you the process of inserting a replacement. Yep, that’s how much I love you! I took my scissors and snapped one, all in the name of weaving education! Here’s the episode as a refresher! 

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