"Ease of use" is a phrase used a lot in the world of weaving and one I hear nearly every day. People want a loom that's easy to use. But what defines that? How do you balance this with functionality? Sometimes ease of use comes down to perspective. I clearly remember the first time I drove a car. It didn't seem easy at all. In fact, it seemed terrifying and complicated and how do you not mix up the brake and the gas again? But now that I've been driving for 20 years, driving seems simple. The same goes for weaving. If you've never woven before, a loom probably doesn't seem easy to use at all!
If you're thinking about getting into weaving and are feeling a little bit overwhelmed, I've broken down some reasons why a Mirrix loom checks off all of my "ease of use" boxes.
I remember watching my mom warp her floor looms when I was a kid. It looked complicated enough to scare me away from weaving for quite a few years and I suspect many people shy away from weaving for the same reason: Warping looks hard.
Fortunately, warping a Mirrix isn’t very hard and we have several ways to make it even easier if you want to ease your way into the process.
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