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How the Art of Warping Has Barely Changed, 100+ Years Later

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.

American Wool and Cotton Reporter questions

Another favorite? The quiz at the end. Can you answer all of the questions after taking the lesson?

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