Kati Meek's paste for weaving


Pamela Graham
 

Thank you!

On Sep 14, 2022, at 4:08 PM, Brian Heimes <brian.heimes@...> wrote:

Also just a heads up, it has a pretty strong scent, though not unpleasant.  It did not persist in my washed wovens though.  I can imagine that some people might be very sensitive to it during the weaving process.

Brian in KC


Brian Heimes
 

Also just a heads up, it has a pretty strong scent, though not unpleasant.  It did not persist in my washed wovens though.  I can imagine that some people might be very sensitive to it during the weaving process.

Brian in KC


Brian Heimes
 

I used a wadded up paper towel and semi-soaked it, then smoothed/dabbed it over the warp.  I think a sponge would work really well too.
Brian in KC

On Wed, Sep 14, 2022, 2:07 PM Pamela Graham <pgraham173@...> wrote:
How do you apply it? It doesn’t seem to come in a spray. Do you just moisten your hands with it and rub them over the warp from heddles to back beam as you go?

Thank you,
Pam

On Sep 14, 2022, at 11:06 AM, Kati Meek <greyfur.kt@...> wrote:

Yes, the product recommended to me, on this very site, by a very smart weaver, is Cowboy magic DETANGLER & SHINE.  It was a quite magical solution to the sticky 25% mohair 75% wool densely set upholstery warp.  Thanks for giving me the credit, but I just followed the good advice I was given.  There are at least two Cowboy Magic products, but it was the DETANGLER & SHINE that did the trick.
                I only use the flax-seed dressing on linen or other cellulose warps.
Treadle with Joy,
Kati Meek
Creekside Studio
403 Maple St.
Marshall, MI  49068
 
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Treadle with Joy
Kati Reeder Meek
Creek-Side Studio
Marshall, MI USA
greyfur.kt@gmail.com


Pamela Graham
 

How do you apply it? It doesn’t seem to come in a spray. Do you just moisten your hands with it and rub them over the warp from heddles to back beam as you go?

Thank you,
Pam

On Sep 14, 2022, at 11:06 AM, Kati Meek <greyfur.kt@...> wrote:

Yes, the product recommended to me, on this very site, by a very smart weaver, is Cowboy magic DETANGLER & SHINE.  It was a quite magical solution to the sticky 25% mohair 75% wool densely set upholstery warp.  Thanks for giving me the credit, but I just followed the good advice I was given.  There are at least two Cowboy Magic products, but it was the DETANGLER & SHINE that did the trick.
                I only use the flax-seed dressing on linen or other cellulose warps.
Treadle with Joy,
Kati Meek
Creekside Studio
403 Maple St.
Marshall, MI  49068
 
Sent from Mail for Windows
 

-- 
Treadle with Joy
Kati Reeder Meek
Creek-Side Studio
Marshall, MI USA
greyfur.kt@gmail.com


Kati Meek
 

Yes, the product recommended to me, on this very site, by a very smart weaver, is Cowboy magic DETANGLER & SHINE.  It was a quite magical solution to the sticky 25% mohair 75% wool densely set upholstery warp.  Thanks for giving me the credit, but I just followed the good advice I was given.  There are at least two Cowboy Magic products, but it was the DETANGLER & SHINE that did the trick.

                I only use the flax-seed dressing on linen or other cellulose warps.

Treadle with Joy,

Kati Meek

Creekside Studio

403 Maple St.

Marshall, MI  49068

greyfur.kt@...

 

Sent from Mail for Windows

 


--
Treadle with Joy
Kati Reeder Meek
Creek-Side Studio
Marshall, MI USA
greyfur.kt@gmail.com