Avoiding project failures due to:
- Not being able to warp the loom because there are not enough heddles on the loom
- Not being able to weave the project because you are using a loom too small for the project
- Not having enough yarn to complete the project
- Fabric does not feel or look right for its intended use – either too loose, or too stiff
- Quality materials can be expensive, it is important not to waste them.
Traditional warp calculators can be intimidating.
New weavers often feel “there is too much math” and become afraid they might make a mistake.
Using a digital warp calculator helps take the risk out of the project planning process. All major weaving math formulas and important reference tables are stored in this warp calculator as a ready reference when needed.
Avoid losing money when you price your work for sale.
Weavers who begin to offer their work for sale often do not know how to price their work and often sell a prices lower than they should. Regularly doing this will cause their new business plan to fail.
Using a weaving calculator will help you establish fair market prices for your work improving your odds of making a living doing what you love – weaving.