If you have a problem placing your warping board, these poles are the purrfect solution! You simply lean the poles against the wall and hang your warping board with the ties that are included. When you are done winding your warp, the poles can be stored out of the way, and you don’t have any holes in your walls from nails or other methods of attaching the board to the wall. The poles also allow you to either travel with your warping board to classes, or out onto the porch to wind your warp. Poles available in both Natural and Purple Stain.READ MORE
The simplest and most versatile of all shuttles. We stock ones from Schacht. Available in 12″, 15″, 16″, 20″ and 24″ lengths. We recommend you choose a stick shuttle slightly longer than the width of your warp. We can order other sizes of stick shuttles if you prefer other sizes.READ MORE
These wonderful widgets will hold your lease sticks while you thread your Loom. The widgets hang on the back of the loom, and you attach your lease sticks with bolt and wing nuts or binder clips. Set includes two widgets plus bolts and clips. We call them “wones” because you will be able to “weave them aWone” as you thread your loom. We use them on the back of the loom as we warp from the back, but you could also use them on the front to securely hold your lease sticks as you thread from the front.
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Raddles are wonderful tools for warping back to front. You create a raddle cross when you wind the warp, then place those 1/2″ or 1″ bundles into the raddle. The raddle holds and spaces the warp evenly as it is wound onto the warp beam. The special mounting brackets for the wolf loom diagonal beams fit and hold the raddle securely.READ MORE