Kromski Harp ready to weave!!

Okay, my Christmas present was a brand new Kromski Harp rigid heddle loom. I’m smiling just writing about it. I am not really in the mood to write. Here are the facts: I measured a warp for 3 cotton napkins plus 10 extra inches for a sample. Tried 3 different yarns on the sample, cut it off, washed and dried it. Now, I’m ready to weave. The pictures tell the story.

One comment on “Kromski Harp ready to weave!!
  1. SD Sue says:

    Hello from South Dakota! I am a new weaver. I have woven a little bit before, but always was frustrated with the outcome. I borrowed a Beka Rigid Heddle loom with a stand and it worked fine, but I really didn’t have time for it at that time in life. Then I bought a Kromski Harp and actually wove one sample on it. But, alas when we downsized into a townhouse the frame for the Kromski disappeared leaving only one heddle, and the shuttles. For Christmas my husband got me a 20″ Beka Rigid Heddle which I am about to warp for a scarf from storebought yarn. I have a handspun yarn project in mind, but must finish the spinning first!
    I am looking forward to seeing your projects progress!