I have a union 36 I have been weaving on with a warp that came on the loom. Now I am warping it for the first time. It is sectional. I paid little attention to the little bumps created by the straps I tied my warp onto. However, I have gotten no further that threading the heddles and can tell there will be a problem. In just two wraps that I loosed to get the heddles threaded, some of the ends are longer than others. I predict this is only going to get worse with each turn of the warp beam. So I was wondering will it be possible to completely pull the ends to the front, release them from the beam but not the heddles, find a new way to attach them to the beam, then rewind them sectionally? If so, should I go ahead and sley the read before doing this to help maintain alignment of the threads? Should I attach to the fabric beam and roll it up, or should I chain it off? Any takers?