Posted on November 08 2011
Recently, we happened upon this fantastic article in the American Wool and Cotton Reporter, from the issue on May 14, 1903. You can view the original copy below: Our favorite part? The section entitled "Textile School for Weavers". This lesson closely resembles, if not exactly, our modern-day techniques for warping our fibers. You can even check out our warper in action in a two part video series that we created: Part 1 - What is the Creel? and Part 2 - The Warper. Another favorite? The quiz at the end. Can you answer all of the questions after taking the lesson?