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Smålandsväv projects

This commonly requested technique requires 2 sets of shafts and a mysteriously primitive tie-up system for the front shafts. You thread regular heddles first, then long-eye heddles after that. We will help you adjust the beater height and the height of the shafts to get a nice shed, which can be baffling at home on your own for the first time.

Whichever threading you choose from below, you'll have endless possibilities of color and pattern in the weaving.

These projects are rated intermediate.

basic & beautiful

2 ground shafts
4 pattern shafts
6 treadles
741 heddles
41 cm wide in reed
16/2 cotton warp

narrow & lovely

2 ground shafts
4 pattern shafts
6 treadles
362 heddles
30 cm wide in reed
16/2 cotton warp

elegance

2 ground shafts
4 pattern shafts
6 treadles
543 heddles
32 cm wide in reed
8/2 cotton warp

playful borders

2 ground shafts
4 pattern shafts
6 treadles
405 heddles
27 cm wide in reed
8/2 cotton warp

quick & easy

2 ground shafts
4 pattern shafts
6 treadles
405 heddles
30 cm wide in reed
8/2 cotton warp

favorites project

basic & beautiful

favorites project

basic & beautiful closeup

favorites project

narrow & lovely

favorites project

narrow & lovely closeup

favorites project

elegance

favorites project

elegance closeup

favorites project

playful borders

(closeup photo
coming soon)

favorites project

quick & easy

favorites project

quick & easy closeup