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thanks for the reply, we thought about that my wife used the guidelines for the heddle strings based on the same model of the loom that is sold online. However, by placing the upper dowels too high it may have the same effect as making the heddle strings too long. I was fascinated by the design and was convinced that geometry matters here, so I measured the angle of the strings on the commercially available loom and confirmed that my upper dowels are a little too high, so I will shorten the height, place 2 new dowels and give it a try. This is half the fun for me :)
Hi, I made one of these a few days ago, before I've seen this post. I approximated the dimensions from photos on the web. However, what my wife tells me is that she's having a bit of trouble inserting the shuttle when pushing the wool upwards and I think it's because I may have placed the two upper dowels too high on the side pieces. I'm guessing that the distances between the dowels should be proportionally a certain fixed distance. If you or anyone else has some guidance on this I would certainly appreciate it. thx
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