Weaving with Two Heddles: Sampler Scarf Kit

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The Kit

All the yarn for the Sampler Scarf you'll make in the class:

  • 1 skein of Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport, Orange You Glad
  • 1 skein of Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport, Amethyst
  • 1 skein of Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport, Bougainvillea
  • 1 skein of Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport, Deep Sea
  • 1 skein of Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport, Blue Marina

The Course

Course Fee: $39 (Course fee is in addition to the kit cost)

See the course.

Learn two-heddle weaving with plain weave, simple patterns, pick-up patterns, and twill. Jane weaves a sampler with Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport and finishes it into a fulled scarf.

What you'll learn:
  • Indirect warping with a warp chain
  • Threading two heddles
  • Weaving plain weave with two heddles
  • Weaving simple patterns and pick-up patterns with two heddles
  • Weaving twill with two heddles, a heddle rod, and heddles
What you'll need:
  • Flip rigid heddle loom with two 5-dent heddles—Jane weaves an 8" wide project on a 15" Flip
  • heddle hook (included with loom)
  • 4-1/2 yard warping board
  • tapestry needle
  • two 12" stick shuttles—if your Flip came with longer shuttles, get this size (just slightly wider than the project)
  • two 20" Schacht Beefy pick-up sticks
  • heddle rod: Jane uses the third apron bar that's included with the Flip; you can substitute a 3/16" dowel, at least 10" long
  • heddles: use our 8-5/8" Texsolv heddles or make your own string heddles
You're ready for this class if you can warp a rigid heddle loom and weave with one heddle.
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