Warp Board Maintenance
Now that our wedding and the guild sale are over, I was finally able to pull out the warp board and get back to weaving. You may remember that I purchased it in a bundle with the loom and other supplies from a lovely woman in Bellevue, Washington. The warp board was handmade by her husband many years ago and had some loose pegs, so I glued them into place earlier this week and started warping last night.
I learned that it is problematic to have a loose warp peg because it will mess up the tension on your warp, which is never good. I used tacky glue to stabilize the pegs. For some reason, tacky glue is my go to for fixing things around the house.
Now the cross on the warp lines up perfectly. This is half of the warp for a pillow pattern that I am going to try to weave. It will be my first project on my 40 inch Macomber. I'll post more photos of this project soon. I hope you have a great Halloween!
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