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Topic: How many heddles do I need ?  (Read 958 times)
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« on: May 17, 2008 07:14:48 AM »

Hi ! I'm planning to buy an Ashford RH loom very soon and wonder which heddle sizes are the most useful. I'll buy le second hedle kit, so i'll have to purchase an second 40/10 heddle. But are the over sizes (20/10, 30/10, 50/10) imprecindible (heddles are quite expensive...) . What do you think ? I'm planning to weave fabric for garments and purses, shawls etc. BTW I'm a spinner, so I'll use my handspun for weft (as well as commercial yarns of course). Thanks for your advices.
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