|100 cm (39")||125.00|
|120 cm (47")||125.00|
|150 cm (59")||140.00|
|160 cm (63")||140.00|
For 4-shaft projects we prefer the clean and large shed of the counterbalance tie-up, unless there is a very uneven distribution of warp threads on the shafts. It is the simplest tie up, and the heddles remain taut. This reduces any risk of "baggy heddle" syndrome, which can happen with a countermarch loom, especially with dense warps that use few treadles.
If you have put a narrow warp on wide loom, your shed will be improved with the use of our "shaft bras".
If your pulleys are the older kind that measure 1.5" wide on the inside, the current model beams are wider than that and will not fit.
How to set up
Find detailed instructions for tying up the counterbalance loom in our "Flippy" instructional photo guide to dressing your loom the Vävstuga way, as well as in the Swedish Weaving Book.