Why a Mirrix: Continuous Warping

This post is part of our Why a Mirrix series. Click here to see the other posts. 

continuous warping

Continuous warping is the default method of warping on a Mirrix Loom. By warping in this manner you can begin to weave and then actually shift the warp around the loom as your weaving grows. There are a couple of reasons you might want to do this. First, it is often most comfortable to keep your weaving at a certain level so you don't have to lift your arms very high. Second, this method allows you to weave a piece much longer than the height of your loom!

Check out the video below to learn more. 




You can warp using our Easy Warp Method (more on this here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9d6budZMgKk) for non-continuous warping. You do not need a Bottom Spring Kit for this.


What about non-continuous warping? Do you need a bottom spring kit in order to create non-continuos warp on the Mirrix loom?

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