I’m not sure why you are trying to tie only one shaft to a treadle in the first place. The treadle pulls down the cord, which then runs over the treadle pulley and under the lower tie-up pulley and through the fourth hole from the left. Hi. I don’t have a list but I’ll surely post it on the website. up and need help with shaft to the lamm to the treadle I am a new weaver the pattern is for plain weave. The Allen Loom is definitely a counter balance loom.. but when I tie it up as 1&3 and 2&4… these do work correctly, but when trying to tie up for a 2/2 twill I am having problems.. nothing seems to work correctly. That means they are tied to shafts. Each end of one long cord is tied to one of the two screw eyes on the top of one shaft. You don’t have to change any thing in the draft. Keep the jacks I think. No tithes etc. Each treadle cord has its own hole and comes up through its hole to its own dog clip. Go to the Loom Manual Library by Historic Looms of america. Thank You. I tried out the treadling while in the bathtub a long time ago. These chains are sold individually, hooking from the treadles to the lamms. Question 2: Your diagram shows each tieup going straight up and tying off center (by different amounts) to the shaft. Work from the front lamm to … I guess I just need to think about it for awhile on what treadles to tie together to make the others come up.. (I mean shaft1 on the first side and shaft 2 on the other. so, once you have this tie up I see that most combinations are possible – as long as you can press two treadles with one foot – but then do you have to re-write the treadling patterns for your draft? The red circle shows two cords tied up to the same shaft. Read more about springs and chains at the end of the page. The weight of the treadles will also be pulling on the shafts and helping them to move up, especially if many treadles are tied to one lamm as in unbalanced multiharness weaves. The path of the cords from the shafts to the treadles goes first up, then down. I’m concerned that it could be a recipe for disaster if you look at some other draft. I’ll pay the shipping for both books if you want them now. eg. Peggy. All warp threads move. Also, you only need the height to be enough for the shuttle to pass.The tie up is really wonderful–you can treadle all the possible combinations without retying the treadles. The longest cord goes from the farthest treadle on the left to the outside pulley on the left on the photo. For example, to weave a plain weave (tabby) you would lift shafts 1 & 3 using the left foot on the crack between the 2 left treadles to press both treadles so 1 & 3 would lift. Peggy, Peggy: Still roses in November. If you tie them in the order I suggest, you can weave all the combinations possible with 4 shafts and most often alternate your feet for efficiency and ease. ), Ms. Peggy, thank you for sharing your knowledge with fellow weavers. I will try to explain your questions after the tie up. So I tied them up correctly…3/4, 1/4,1/2, 2/3… but I do notice that the bottom of the shafts are hitting (coming to rest) on the cross beam located directly under the shafts. The book will help you understand the geometry. Is “walking tie up” just another name for “direct tie up”? Working on a twill, if I raise 1,2 I get 3,4 along for the ride halfway up, etc. 135264 I weave on a 45″ Nilus Leclerc 1975 vtg. The other treadles can be left untied and sitting on the floor. One strategy is to tie fewer than needed to two treadles–then lift one first and then the other to complete a shed. My books are about regular looms, and do not deal with people’s engineering different ways. If only some treadles need 4 shafts, perhaps you could add weight to the ones that should be down for those picks. I wonder if the previous owner’s tie-up is involved in my shed problem. Hello Peggy, Jack looms are known for their simplicity, versatility and ease of tie-up. Peggy – This is exactly what I needed – for tying the treadles! The treadles are centered close together to keep the action of each treadle optimal – it the treadle set gets too close to the outside of the loom frame, the treadling deteriorates. For most overshot patterns, the two tabby wefts are: lift 1 & 3 and 2 & 4. This shows the 4 treadles which are different lengths. That clip will be hooked to one or more cords attached to one or more of the shafts. I have a 4 shaft/4 treadle HD loom and always use “direct tie-ups” (it has no lams). Once you have balanced the top of the loom, you can now set up the treadles. The chains and springs add weight to the shafts to prevent them from floating up while weaving, on the other hand, they make it harder to lift them for tying up. I was reading your info on how to tie up for a better treadling… but as I look at it once more, I see that your diagram is for a jack loom.. My mistake.. If you look up the photos on Google of J.L. This shows lifting shaft 2 and 3. 3; 612; How do I tie-up a sinking shed loom. It makes for efficient weaving and good balance. But when I got some of the Heddle ropes / lines were off the treadles … Please Help if you can … Also I would be very much interested in any of your writings . there are many ways for different structures and patterns. If the shafts lifted are separated some on each of the treadles that could help lift them all. I would like to buy a copy of you pdf book when it comes out so could you add me to your list. As with all Loom designs there is some tradeoff. If not, how do I avoid it? Pull the tie-up cord from the shaft down. I have a 4 shaft 8 lamm 6 treadle countermarch loom I can not get them hooked Specifically my failing comes in the role of lamms and their role in the movement of shafts. Would the tie up be the same as above ? PLEASE can someone help me tie them correctly so I can weave simple 36″ rugs…..I use heavy rug yarn….I’ve literally cried over this on and on….Thanks However, I think you should start with a simple project to get to know your loom and with 4 shafts, especially since you say you are a newbie. I’m on INSTAGRAM! When a treadle is pressed it will pull down the tie up cords and raise the shafts tied up to it. The operable cord is in the fourth hole form the left. 1-4 on 1-2: 2-3 on treadles 3-4 and all is balanced now. I have a 4 shaft loom and the constant re-tying is frustrating me! Thank You Peggy for responding. Thanks for the tie-up, Peggy! This shows a tie-up cord from a shaft being clipped to a treadle’s cord. I will try the walking tie-up (1,3,4,2) with a direct tie up. this is just the treadle part. I’ve tried whats written in the manual. There are lams that are for going up and others for going down. I’ll let you know how I do This is rather exciting….!! One end hooks into the shaft cord dog clip and one end hooks into the treadle hook dog clip. Notice that the shaft clips for two and three are pulled down by one treadle tied to the two shafts. Another advantage of this system is that you can change to any weave structure you want in a project without changing the ties to the treadles. Let me know. It lifts that shaft, then you have some slack in the cord so you can put it into the clip from the treadle. Are they tied one to each of the bottom of each shaft in a straight sequence 1 on the left to 4 on the right? This shows the cords to the shafts on the left side of the loom. Irregular means that the same number of shafts between each lift varies to get no two ends adjacent. Thank you again Peggy. Thank you. Try to see the fold and knot in the cord in the photo showing the shaft tie-up dog clips. Zooming out, we see the two cords from the previous picture going from one shaft to two different treadles. Take the cord behind shaft one, and drop it down towards the springs. Author: Joanne Hall If you're a weaver who is fortunate to have a large countermarch loom come into your life, you might find beaming and tying up those two sets of lams and the overhead jacks and, hopefully, many treadles, a rather daunting task. I suggest you use Texsolv cord. The knot holds well and it’s easy to take out if you need to. 4 shafts and 8 treadles I tied it up with the universal tie up that was listed When I am done and I take out the jack pins the far left treadle rests on the ground, and the other 3 are up too high That side is the 2-4 shafts. Love taking a 4 or 8 harness pattern and adjusting it to my 6 harness system. Right now I am trying to set up for a satin weave. For efficient weaving we like to “walk the treadles.” This allows the weaver to engage both feet in an alternating rhythm: left-right, left-right. You’ll never have to tie up the treadles again on your 4-shaft looms. If you don’t mind I’ll send you a slightly dinged book without charge. Thanks, Peggy for posting this method. I use Texsolv cord for the pedal tie-up as well. It has a whole chapter on adjusting looms with a lot of info on counterbalance looms. Simply put the aluminum part on top of the lam, use the lever to depress the lamm, and then slip the hook under the wooden cross piece to hold the lamm depressed. I raised my upper lamms and lengthened the ties and things seem to be working better now, but I’m sure it could be improved on. Could you please send me a tie up system. Thank you, In this sequence you can see a tie-up where the treadle is tied to shafts 2 and 3. All FOUR-SHAFT structures/tie-ups can be woven with this one tie-up. I thought I’d ask you, because I’ve pestered the guild members enough already! 6 treadle 4H loom. This way you can “walk the treadles” for efficient weaving. Growing up in Ohio, I I live on SS permanent disability and it takes all I have to stand, bend, twist etc on these looms to attempt to teach new students. A full out rose in November. Not countermarch, however. Inventing is certainly a wonderful idea so I don’t discourage you. NOT using 6 treadles is the point. Could be a good thing. No, it’s only for 4 shafts. I’ve tried your suggestions and adding weight to the keep the other shafts down seems to be working. This photo show the cords going over to the pulleys at the left side of the loom. If so, how do I know the correct length of the cords attached to shaft 1 and 2…. That book has a whole chapter on how the different types of looms work and how to tie up the treadles. Many thanks firstname.lastname@example.org Don’t pay $125–. It is for Window, Mac & PCs so you have to choose for the type of OS you will be using when you go to your loom with the design. I just looked at the books. And tying up the treadles on a countermarch takes only about 1 minutes per treadle more time than on a jack loom. I can then answer any more questions you might have easier if you have the books on hand. The double treadling is possible because of the tie-up. I just keep coming back to your blog for answers………………….. And I’ve been a happy camper ever since I saw this Ahren’s Universal Tie Up! The direct tie-up you suggest for pedals to each different shaft is clear but how do I tie the lamms? I am just about to own my very first counterbalance loom ( Lilstena 4shaft) I have not actually seen it yet and it will be dismantled, it was advertised as free to a good home! If you can’t use it, you can send it back. Walking means alternating feet–right- left-right-left, etc. Then shafts 3 and 4 on a new counterbalance piece? 2nd What other books do you have that i should get ..? There is one tie-up cord for every lamm hole: 24 for a 4-shaft loom; 80 for an 8-shaft and 4 now-4 later looms. I have not had any luck on finding any info on line as to help me have a better understanding on this particular process. COVID-19 UPDATE. First, we will look at the path of the cords that connect the treadles to the shafts on the three-beam looms. What’s Your Opinion? Thank you! It is called the Original Allen Loom. Hammett counterbalance loom and have had it in storage for many, many years. On this photo we can see the paths of the cords from the treadles to the side tie-up area and the cords from the shafts to the side tie-up area, and how they are connected in the side tie-up. You only need enough tension to get a shed and too tight can prevent the shafts to rise on jack looms. You need to get the pins to go with it. Peggy. All help greatly appreciated very much. Googled 6-end satin. In this photo Peggy is in position to guide the cord behind the spring on the path to the treadle specifically for shaft one. To achieve this, the first treadle should be the outside left, then outside right. I put on a warp that is long enough for at least 6 kitchen towels and I want to do a different pattern on each towel. for a four shaft loom. The shafts have little eye hooks and the treadles have eyehooks. I think the floats you don’t like are what you would normally get with a jack loom if you were treadling a 1/3 twill (one up and 3 down). So, for instance, treadle 1 is tied to shafts 1 and 2. The cord is folded and knotted at the dog clip. I have had some major issues researching tie ups for counterbalance as everyone seems to have jack looms! In it is a thorough chapter of tying up counter balance, countermarch and jack looms. … If you’ve seen the Newcomb Studio Art Loom this is pretty much what i have except the pulley rollers are fixed as mind hang in the breeze . When tying up a pattern for a countermarche loom, you only need to tie up the number of treadles that you require for the pattern. Often the shafts need varying amounts of weight when an unbalanced weave is tied up. I wrote it with you in mind–what I taught my students. The longest cords lead to the treadles on the left; the nearest treadles and shortest cords are on the right. I am on my first project (decorative pillows) and part of the pattern is 1/3 twill which has been such a pain for treadling, I JUST set up the treading in this article and am blown away! Are ALL your treadles being used to lift 4 shafts? I recently bought a 200cm (79″) Glimakra Soverign. The shortest cord goes from the treadle on the right to the pulley in the center. You can simply convert the tie-up, retie the treadles, and carry on – SO much easier than fixing a threading mistake, for instance. The 3 rollers are shown on page 115 in my Book #2 which is soon to be out in pdf. If you check directory assistance, you should be able to find her, or she is on Facebook. The Woolery has it and probably all shops. We call it walking the treadles when you alternate your feet. When I step on a treadle, a shaft will move down not up. Each shaft has a hook (dog clip). or Don’t make it very wide or long, either. All the rest is for floor looms and table looms. Check them out at the web. Beneath the castle you can see the cords coming through the small holes from the pulleys and the knots holding them down. Going from left to right tie shaft 1 to the left hand treadle. She used to weave and likely could give you some hands-on assistance. An almost spent rose caught my eye. He followed the centuries-old methods of weaving efficiently (eg. Peggy, hola amigos! Thanks! But you will need to tie up each shaft that is operating – to either a top or a bottom lamm, on each pedal. Since the height of the shafts can be adjusted with some extra length of the cord at the screw eyes, make the cords about 4-5 inches longer than what you measure from the fold to the screw eye on each side. Or do you maybe have some old copies laying around maybe ? Texsolv cord is great. I have seen your beginning diagram and I hope it will help. I’ve just recently found that direct tie-up is far better for my projects on my particular loom. Now imagine 3&4–move only one foot to the treadle for shaft 4. The shed is sort of okay, but erratic. One treadle for 1,2 and the other for 3,4. One set makes the shafts go up, the other, down. Thank you very much. In particular something that is called Rosepath, that allows me to weave diamonds and twills. Treadle cords are first attached to the lamms in the pattern required, and then tied to the treadles. Third one would be next on the left, fourth one the next on the right. The four treadles in the centre each raise one shaft, so your basic treadling pattern will use these over and over (alternating left foot and right foot) to create the plain weave interlacement. Hi Peggy, I was just looking at a draft for “huck ovals” or “huck squares” scarves that can be done on 4 shafts and either 4 or 6 treadles (see “Handwoven”, May/June, 2011, page 64). I just did the second printing so it will be awhile before I do the Weaving for Beginneers as a PDF. The Leclerc Arrived with two tie up on each treadle. that isn’t hard if your feet or shoes aren’t very narrow. This photo show the same two rows of pulley from below. There are several possible tie ups to achieve different patterns so here is a page with several for your enjoyment! Follow on Instagram. Peggy, Thank you for your helpful response. There are several possibilities depending upon the design you are looking to make. Ive tied the pedals like your image but its not working! That’s all I know about it. Try the first option to see if you have a counterbalance loom. This is an important tip. Santa brought me a new iPad this year, and iWeaveit was planned for one of my first purchases……………………I’ve used it before on the Android phone. Then pull all of those cords from the shafts so you have slack and clip them into the hook from the treadle. From the center pulleys you are working outward from right to left, remembering that the treadles farthest away will go around the pulleys on the outside of the row of pulleys seen in the photo. ), I need the warping from back to front of the loom as well….how much would all of your books I saw minus the collection you’ve done (ITS BEAUTIFUL!) I have an old 8 shaft jack loom and I’m trying to tie up 4 shafts on each treadle. Whether your treadling plan will “walk” easily, I don’t know. If so, they are a bit different. However, in real life, often the tie-up is the last thing to get done, and the springs are already hooked up. Our objective is to get rid of the old tie-up (this is the easy part) and set the loom with the new, more practical to manage cords. I was gifted a 1970’s style LeClerc Nilus, 6 treadle, 4 harness 45″ floor loom and have it all put together but nothing actually showed how to tie the treadles. First of all Peggy, thank you for sharing all your amazing weaving tips, ( I often come across your site when googling ) it’s so generous of you. But his horns a A simple, practical tie-up for the front and back threadingmight look like this: I have coloured in the squares which indicate where a shaft is tied to a treadle. My looms were built by Jim; this tie-up … 1; 1137; Weave a Path to Excellence. Let me know if this isn’t clear. When treadle is depressed, more than 4 shafts come up. It is a counterbalance..(I think).. with 6 treadles and 4 shafts. estoy buscando nuevos enhebrados y diseños para tejer en telar de cuatro cuadros,el que uso actualmente de el llamado “camino de rosas” y me permite tejer rombos y sargas,espero me puedan ayudar¡muchas gracias!!!! I knew it would be irregular but the numbers I never remembered. If it doesn’t, let me know and I’ll try to explain it in a different way. Check out my website http://www.peggyosterkamp.com. It’s wonderful to know you are checking out my posts. One of the things I found is that wool singles stick more readily if I tie the treadles up to the lamms, even with starch. You can get all the combinations possible with four shafts with this system.
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