Re: new member
Bill Koepp <bgkoe@...>
Weave tech tends to be computer loom oriented.I'd say Weavetech trys to be computer oriented, it actually goes pretty far
Here's the description as posted at:
" The WeaveTech list is designed to provide a focused, intelligent,and
quality dialogue on structure, technical matters (including computers in the
context of weaving), color, design, and professional pursuits related to
weaving. This is a forum for serious weavers, both professional and
avocational, who seek associates who are equally committed to the craft of
weaving. List members are expected to use their own names rather than
The WeaveTech list is intended for people who are interested in intermediate
to advanced-level weaving topics. Entry-level weaving questions should be
posted to a more appropriate list. Whereas spinning and dyeing are not
specifically addressed by this list, in the framework of weaving such
discussion is topical.
List members are expected be familiar with basic weaving terminology (e.g.
sett, profile draft, block weave), to know how to warp and tie up their
looms, and to be at least interested in (if not yet using) computers in the
context of their weaving. "
Happy Shuttling ! - Bill Koepp in Central California