Ingrid Knox: Weaving Project Calculation spreadsheet
Robyn Spady: TNT handout for guild members only.
Jane Stafford: Master Sett Chart, Reed Substitution Chart
Software and Apps
Fiberworks PCW: free and pay versions
Online and Self-Guided Classes
Jane Stafford: Virtual Guild
Brenda Gibson: online course – Colour Handling in Fiberworks
Robyn Spady: An Introduction to Weaving Software
…and many wonderful books in the guild library
Ingrid’s Tubular / Doubleweave Selvage A simple version of the doubleweave selvage on 4 shafts. In this example, you have 2 sets of threads on shafts 5-8 on both sides of your warp. (This is only showing one side.) If you were doing a plain weave piece, you could use shafts 1 and 2 for the plain weave and shafts 3-6 for the selvedge.
Ingrid’s Doubleweave Hem. The link is to a draft for a scarf, woven in 2/2 twill that has a doubleweave hem. In this draft, the right hand four treadles control the hem and the weft threads are colored maroon. Although this example is on 8 shafts, it should work with 4 – just “remove” the 5-8 shafts. You will still need 8 treadles. The hem is woven as two layers up to the point when the regular 2/2 twill starts. That is woven as one layer. After finishing, the doubleweave portion is folded in on itself and the folded edges are sewn together. I believe I wove it so that the doubleweave portion was a vertical tube.