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Splicing: Weaving in Your Ends

Splicing: Weaving in Your Ends

The starting and ending wefts are always something a weaver needs to deal with. There are as many techniques as there are many different weavers.For thick wefts any overlapping of the weft tails will be bulky. I like the splicing technique. You are undoing the plies from the old yarn and the new ...
The Summer Weaving Challenge 2019

The Summer Weaving Challenge 2019

Summer is almost here and we’re looking forward to sunshine, longer days and weaving in the sunshine on those longer days. To help keep our wonderful community inspired this June, July and August, today we are launching Mirrix’s second Summer Weaving Challenge in collaboration with Shannon from N...
Why a Mirrix: Continuous Warping

Why a Mirrix: Continuous Warping

Continuous warping is the default method of warping on a Mirrix Loom. By warping in this manner you can begin to weave and then actually shift the warp around the loom as your weaving grows. There are a couple of reasons you might want to do this. First, it is often most comfortable to keep your ...