WARPING MILLS, FRAMES

Warping reel

Warping reel

Well warped loom is half of the success.  Traditional wooden warping reels (sometimes called mills) are a three dimensional, rotating frame with four sections. They turn on a central axel for winding the warp. The turning is very smooth and requires only a gentle push. Using a warping reel is the fastest and most accurate way to wind a warp. For winding a warp with 2, 3 or more threads at a time, the reel will be easier to use than a warping frame. Glimakra reels fold to take less space when not in use. A cross piece for winding the cross is removable and the dowel at the other end has many possible positions, so a warp of any length can be made. A second cross piece is available for making a second cross. For most weaving one cross is sufficient, but the second cross can be used for making warps double length so that two bouts can be wound at the same time. The table reel is put on a low table or you can put the table reel on the floor and sit on a chair to wind your warp.Extra cross ...

Warping frame

Warping frame

Rectangle warping frame with pins in adequate distances and hight. On the frame You can make the warp fast, even and with equal tension. The frame can be set on the wall, table, or back side of the loom. Size: 60 x 90 cm Produced by: Glimakra Waiting time: approx. 2 weeks...

€126.19
Spool rack for 12 spools

Spool rack for 12 spools

The spool holder will hold up to 12 spools of thread for winding your warp. It has screw eyes on the top so that the spools unwind smoothly.  Size: 98 x 39 cm, 98 cm hight Produced by: Glimakra Waiting time: approx. 2 weeks...

€416.67
Spool rack do 2 spools

Spool rack do 2 spools

The spool holder will hold up to 2 spools of thread for winding your warp. These are very simple with two metal dowels, useful if you need a smaller and less expensive item. More professional rack is the one for 12 spools. Produced by: Glimakra Waiting time: approx. 2 weeks...

€27.38