Herringbone on a rigid heddle loom
Learn 3 ways to set up your rigid heddle loom to weave a beautiful herringbone scarf!
Weave a classic herringbone scarf on your rigid heddle loom!
This class is really unique because it provides you with so many choices for setting up your loom. This is awesome because it not only caters to different learning styles but also accommodates to different budgets.
Choose from method one, method two or method three.
* CLOSED CAPTIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY
Pick the method that suits your own preferences the most.
Method one uses two heddles, a pick up stick and a heddle rod.
Method two uses one heddle, 2 heddle rods and a pick up stick.
Method three uses three heddles.
To complete this class you will need:
A rigid heddle loom, 10" or wider
10 dent heddle (number of heddle required depends on your method choice)
Also, depending on your set up choice, you may need:
Pick up stick
Full yarn requirements will be available upon enrolment.
Over 230 minutes of detailed video content, plus multiple printable PDF files to ensure your success!
Kelly is a self taught weaver with a big passion for sharing the timeless art of weaving with others. Kelly is known for her calm and slow teaching style and she bases her classes on how she would have liked to have been taught. She designs all of her own projects and caters for levels from beginner to intermediate. Most available classes are for the rigid heddle loom, floor, table and inkle loom weaving.
StartVisual Threading Chart, printable PDF
StartThreading and Weaving Written Sequences, printable PDF
StartThreading the back heddle, video one (19:31)
StartThreading the front heddle, video two (16:07)
StartTie on and pick up, video three (12:47)
StartMake the string heddles, video four (3:19)
StartInstall the heddle rod, video five (7:18)
StartInstall the pick up stick, video six (10:30)
StartInstall floating selvedges, video seven (2:46)
StartThe Weaving Sequence, part 1, video (3:14)
StartThe weaving sequence, part 2, video (12:22)
StartFixing threading errors, video nine (16:49)
StartContinuing weaving, video (0:31)