Learn to Weave: Making Good Cloth on a Multi-shaft Loom Video Download
There's so much to learn about weaving on a multi-shaft loom, from project planning to warping to weaving good cloth! Master weaver Tom Knisely makes it all so simple and stress-free.
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You’ll love this if:
- You want to learn the basics of multi-shaft looms and how they work.
- You’re ready to warp comfortably and accurately, giving you the confidence for your next project.
- You want to learn about weaving on a multi-shaft loom from one of the best in Tom Knisely.
With decades of teaching under his belt, Tom has taken hundreds of weavers successfully through their first steps to becoming creative, confident weavers. Now this friendly video brings Tom into your studio, where viewers go through a first weaving project, from yarn to cloth. Learn all the basics, along with some professional weaver tips to give you a head start. Not to mention, the video also includes a handout with weaving terms, notes, and a starter project from Weaving Today.
Download Learn to Weave: Making Good Cloth on a Multi-shaft Loom to:
- Plan a project using your chosen yarn.
- Find weaving tips for good selvedges and great cloth.
- Learn how to finish your newly woven fabric.
About the author - Bio: Tom Knisely has been teaching handweaving for more than thirty years. In addition to teaching, Tom weaves professionally and is a frequent contributor to Handwoven magazine. Voted Handwoven Teacher of the Year, Tom is renowned among his weaving students for his kindness, good humor, and “seemingly infinite knowledge on the subject of weaving.” He teaches at beautiful Red Stone Glen Fiber Arts Center in York Haven, Pennsylvania.
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Running time: 172 minutes
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WOW! I have several of Tom Knisely's instructional videos and this one is GREAT. There is so much to see and learn from this video,,,And all of it is wonderfully presented. I was afraid to try his method of warping the loom, but I now use it all the time. Thanks, Tom. Keep up the good work...You are inspirational.
Anthony Barnacott (Posted on 11/10/2016)