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Submitted by madis gammy on Wed, 09/09/2015 - 20:06
I would love to hear which is your favorite shuttle for inkle weaving.
Thanks for any input!!!
Hi I am using a shuttle I made myself from directions in a book on netting. It seems to work well and hold a good amount of thread. Not sure where one would buy one though.
I bought 2 shuttles from "phoenixmoon 1" on Etsy and I love them! They fit in my hand nicely and the edge is really nice for beating the threads in. I also like the shape.
Thanks for your replies!!!
I use netting shuttles bought from the local fishing shop. Come in a wide range of sizes and very inexpensive. They usually need a little bit of sanding to ensure the edges are smooth and won't snag.