Life is short, right? So when is it necessary to […]
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Life is short, right? So when is it necessary to re-sley the reed? What scenarios are really worth your time? These very pressing questions will be answered in today’s episode of A Handwoven Experience.
I firmly believe that weaving, just like life, isn’t going to be perfect. Therefore, we need a big picture view to determine where to spend our time and where to carry on. Check out episode 75 and let me know if you agree. Enjoy!
Show Notes –
A Sett Chart – Do you struggle with how to space your warp yarns? It can feel like a mystery! However, the fabulous Jane Stafford has a Master Sett Chart that does an amazing job of providing the information you need to make good decisions concerning how far apart to spread your warp yarns. Take a look at her marvelous chart right here.
The October Weave Along is picking up steam and the participating weavers are already creating brilliant things! If you haven’t checked out this month-long weaving program yet, there is still plenty of time. You are invited to join us!
So if you are looking for some inspiration to return to weaving, or want to chat with other weavers, or simply want to try your hand at some 1/3 twill (our official October Weave Along pattern), this is the place for you! I can’t wait to see you there!
AC Insiders –
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