Warps

Hand-dyed warps by Kathrin Weber of Blazing Shuttles.
The length indicated in the shop description and on each warp tag is the approximate length after the shrinkage from the dye process. Each warp has a white info tag located at the cross. The warp is tied in 5 places: At beginning loop, the “thread by thread” cross at the beginning, a raddle cross at the end and a choke tie near each end. If you need more ties to secure it due to your personal setup techniques, add more. Please look over them carefully when you get them. If they will not work for you, please return them in their original condition for a refund or exchange. No refund on shipping costs.

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I’m adding a bit of info about each yarn type here starting with 10/2 UKI mercerized cotton:
10/2 UKI mercerized cotton has quite a bit of depth in the colors of the dye work. Because it is mercerized, it has an elegant sheen and a smooth surface. It has approx 4200 yards per pound. I am crazy about this yarn and will be offering more of it in other dyed color combinations. Wraps/inch (wpi) 34. Standard sett via Handwoven’s Master Yarn Chart: Weaving tabby sett 24. Weaving twill sett 28. I tend to sett my warps a little more tightly to showcase the dye work. I would sett this between 26-30 epi for tabby. And 32 or so for twill.

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