Re: [MedievalSawdust] Re: inkle loom question
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re-arrange and make room for new power
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--- James Winkler <jrwinkler@...> wrote:
> Hey Conal... did you ever draft up someBaron Conal O'hAirt / Jim Hart
> plans/measured drawings for the version of this loom
> that you made? (For anybody who wants to see it,
> check out Conal's pics in the 'Photos' areas of the
> Only note on this design... some versions have an
> upper 'trestle' between the upright poles as well as
> the lower one... it can help to form a more rigid
> frame when the cords are tensioned as they do have a
> bit of flex if you tension the warp too tight...
> Any tips on using it?
Aude Aliquid Dignum
' Dare Something Worthy '
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- Definately a worthy, period tablet weaving loom. Perhaps some more
information would be in order about it's origins and use to help
convince the individual who asked about Inkle Looms that this may be
a more appropriate answer for her.
who's wife wants an Inkle loom regardless of it's historical
--- In email@example.com, Conal O'hAirt Jim Hart
> if you are interested....
> no wedges
> no screws
> no bolts
> no complicated joints
> 3 pieces
> portable ( make all the joints slip together )
> Easy to make....
> and period ( for the 14th Cen at least, I stopped
> looking at that point )
> Baron Conal O'hAirt / Jim Hart
> Aude Aliquid Dignum
> ' Dare Something Worthy '
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- period inkle loom before 1450...
Inkle, meaning a narrow ribbon or band...
12c illumination shows a woman weaving. Her loom is a verticle board
with 8 long slot and a hole between them. This is basically a rigid
heddle, but one that does not move, but is attached to a stand. It
is not for card weaving. The far end of the threads are attached to
the wall and the other to her.