Discontinuous weave structure on the tri-loom opens many new weaving possibilities to tri-loom owners. Unlike traditional continuous weave structure, the warp and weft threads are laid down separately. This means you can use entirely different yarns for your warp and weft. Highly textured yarns, like tail-spun yarns or commercial faux fur yarns, which can be difficult to handle in continuous strand weaving, are handled easily with this technique. You can even weave in unspun roving or combine thin warp threads with heavy weft threads.
Class Limit: 12 Class Level: Intermediate
Participants Should Bring: Any size tri-loom (bring a loom stand if needed). Enough yarn to complete a project. Scissors, and locker hook.
Material Fee: Nothing