As the warp sticks become exposed on the back beam and are ready to exit the loom, many of us are accustomed to the clatter as the sticks fall onto the treadles and spread around on the floor in a messy fashion. The warp stick collector is an accessory that screws onto the treadle beam and catches the sticks as they fall. It also serves as an excellent storage place for the sticks until the next time they will be used for beaming a warp.
Also seen here is a second warp beam, mounted above the regular warp beam. A second warp beam is useful for tensioning two warps separately.