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Slots and Holes Three Ways to Warp a Rigid-Heddle Loom DVD

Learn to warp your rigid-heddle loom with Liz Gipson who will show you three different techniques for a quick a successful warp.

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The first time you warp a rigid heddle loom in just 20 minutes, the light goes on. This simple, clever loom is ideal for making cloth fast! For getting a project ready to weave in no time flat! But there’s more to it than that. Master these three ways to warp, and you’ll be prepared to weave anything from simple plain fabric to complex stripes or plaids to fine fabrics you thought were only possible on a floor loom.

Liz Gipson has taught scores of people the joys of the rigid heddle, and in the process has developed simple approaches that make sense. You’ll feel comfortable with her down-home explanations and reassured by her common-sense ways of working.  Slots and Holes is loaded with tricks and tips and know-how, from why it’s good to have an arsenal of scissors, to how to warp with two yarns at once and save half your time.

About the Author
Liz Gipson has served as Managing Editor of Handwoven and SpinOff magazines and as Marketing Manager for Schacht Spindle Company. A veteran of DIY television, she lives in Loveland, Colorado, with a backyard full of beloved cashmere-producing goats.

SKU: 11WV15

Author/Speaker/Editor: Liz Gipson

Format: DVD

ISBN 13: 9781596686533

Customer Reviews

If you own a rigid heddle loom... you must get this DVD Review by Angelika Heinz

It's so well done. I appreciate Liz' professionalism and her great humor ! Very easy to follow too ! Thank you for this, it's a great resource ! Lil Liebschen

(Posted on 9/17/12)

Slots and Holes: Three Ways to Warp a Rigid-Heddle Loom DVD Review by Angelika Heinz

Awesome!!! Liz does such a great job explaining! Thank you for the super job, done well!

(Posted on 4/12/12)

Excellent Way to Learn to Warp Review by Chelle Cohen

Rather you are a brand new weaver, or one who has been weaving a while but only use one method of warping, this is an excellent way to expand your warping options. It is well paced, you can easily see with good camera angles, what she is demonstrating. Liz has a very likeable delivery, is clear in her instructions and takes you step by step through each of three methods. She also uses different looms, which helps in understanding how the warping methods would be done on several of the most popular models (i.e. Cricket, Ashford Knitters loom etc). What I liked best was her explanation of why you would want to use each warping method for different weaving projects - the how AND the why together was invaluable.

(Posted on 2/2/12)