CNCHnet . . . The Textile Arts Webzine of the Conference of Northern California Handweavers

Endnote 8/15


I hope you have enjoyed this issue of  CNCHnet. I had fun talking to people about what they are using to do the various steps in setting up their looms, tricks they use for getting an evenly tensioned warp and how they handled those pesky loose warp threads.  I know that there are more tricks out there and, since this is your magazine, you should share your tricks with the other readers.

For the next issue, I’m looking for articles on buying and refurbishing used equipment. Can you tell us about your experiences: what you did, what you should have done, what you plan to do the next time?  Northern California seems to have more than its share of used equipment so this subject is potentially of interest to all of us.

Also,tell us about ways you have recycled and up-cycled projects that didn’t come out the way you thought they would- we all have those sitting around.

And, now that all our guilds are revving up for the next several months, tell us about exciting programs, projects and people that have inspired you–and contact me so we can publish articles about them.

Hoping to hear from you,

Judy Fisher, Editor