Rigid Heddle weaving study group with Amanda Wood

Heddle Rod SetUp

A heddle rod is a wonderful tool when you have two pickup sticks that don’t slide past each other and you are making weft floats. No more taking the second pickup stick out and then replacing it 

 I will show you how to make a heddle rod. You’re going to start with a spare heddle and some yarn. To learn how to use it, go to this tutorial »


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