After taking a workshop, I always wonder if I can do this on my own. When I took the workshop on Tablet weaving we did not wind our own warps. Michael Cook the instructor supplied pre-warped tablets that we put directly on our inkle looms. He did demonstrate a method of continuous warping, which is done directly onto the inkle loom. So at home after finishing the class sampler it was time to wind my own warp.
First though I bought a new cone stand. This stand is made by Fiber Artist Supply Co., LLC. My husband said he couldn’t make it for what their price was. Also, I purchased an additional set 25 tablets (2 1\2 inch square thin laminate cards), that fit perfectly in my hand, from Lacis. So now I have 31 Tablets.( In retrospect I probably should have bought 2 sets.)
Band woven with 16 tablets, using 10/2 mercerized cotton in Navy, and lt. blue.
Next will be to try using more than 2 colors. This will add more interest, but will make warping a bit more difficult.
“By Jove, I think you’ve got it!” Very nice. It’s good to repeat the process right after a workshop to avoid memory lapses.
Nice work and thanks for linking the sources.
Thank you. This was equipment that Michael Cook used in the class and recommended.
Nice work and thanks for listing the resources. Barb