Twice as Nice: Weaving with Two Heddles on a Rigid-Heddle Loom
Whether you are brand new to rigid-heddle weaving or have many projects under your belt, this video will give you a firm foundation in making your rigid heddle weaving twice as nice. In this video, Liz Gipson will show you how to weave with two heddles on a rigid heddle loom.
Weaving with two heddles increases your pattern possibilities and sett range, allowing you to weave finer fabrics with smaller floats. In this video, Liz Gipson will help you discover the range of fabrics you can weave by increasing your heddle count. She starts with how to set up your loom using the direct warping method. Then it is onto the weaving! You will learn how to manage two heddles, place pick-up sticks and heddle rods, and create twill--a weaver's fan favorite. Liz will help you learn the techniques to get past those little stuck places, when things seem to be wrong and you don't know how to fix them. This video will give you a firm foundation in making your rigid heddle weaving twice as nice.