Author Archives: Katrin

After a few small hiccups, it has finally worked, and I’m all psyched to announce that now, finally, my whole site is now running under the SSL protocol, as evidenced by the friendly green lock you should be able to … Continue reading

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So now the loom model is done, and I’m quite happy with it, and here’s picture proof of how it looks with the natural shed open: and the artificial shed open: And did I mention that it is ridiculously easy … Continue reading

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The next thing that I sort of dreaded: the spacer chain. For many, many years, I had answered all questions about whether or not I knit with “No, I don’t, that is too modern for me!” and the same is … Continue reading

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It’s been a while since we had scale issues, right? So it might be time for the next instance of these. And the shed should be a nice place for them… I already mentioned that the shed might need to … Continue reading

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A loom with a front and back layer of threads is nice and fine, but a single shed not a weaving makes, or so. Which means… heddles. Now in the very first, quickly-thrown-together setup, I had done a very, very … Continue reading

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Next step for the loom setup was getting the weights… and there’s another thing that does not scale down easily. I had looked for typical weight per thread numbers, but a quick search did not give me any conclusive data, … Continue reading

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The miniature model loom is set up, and functioning, and it was a really fascinating project to do – plus I’m really, really happy with the result. Which looks like this: Setup took quite a long time – as was … Continue reading

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