Kromski Harp Forte Loom Heddles - Clear Finish

Kromski Harp Forte Loom Heddles - Clear Finish

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Kromski

KRHFHED-45D

Heddles come in a variety of sizes called dents to allow you to control of number of ends per inch in your project.  The standard heddle with each Kromski loom is 8-dent.   Also available are 5, 8, 10 and 12-dent heddles.  As you expand your weaving interests, you may... Read More

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Shelly A. verified customer review of Kromski Harp Forte Loom Heddles - Clear Finish
03/07/2019
I recommend this product

Beautiful Heddles

Kromski heddles are not only beautiful to look at , but are great weaving with. them

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Shelly A.
United States
Margaret H. verified customer review of Kromski Harp Forte Loom Heddles - Clear Finish
02/03/2019

New fun with yarn

Thoroughly enjoying learning to weave with the Kromski Harp loom. It is easy, fun, relaxing and quickly productive. High quality for a very good value.

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Margaret H.
United States
Renate R. verified customer review of Kromski Harp Forte Loom Heddles - Clear Finish
12/05/2018

Satisfied!

It came well wrapped and in good condition in a timely manner. Will order again!

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Renate R.
United States
01/31/2020

Ten Dent Kromski Heddle

The heddle is shipped directly from Kromski and arrived with a couple of surprises. It seems that unlike the other dent Kromski heddles, the 10 dent heddle is flat and both sides and does not have the reinforced bumped out dent in the middle of each reed. This bumped out section not only strengthens the heddle but also is advantageous when beating the weft. More so than this - the heddle arrived with a defect. I compliment Kromski for immediately shipping out another heddle as soon as I informed them of this - along with Paradise Fibers who followed up with me to make sure I received the replacement and was satisfied. The replacement came with return postage for the defective heddle and was in perfect condition. Kromski came through abd fast which is a lot to say for them.

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Robert A.
United States United States
01/30/2020

Kromski Harp Forte 16" Loom Heddles

I bought get the 5 dent and 10 dent rigid heddles. I haven't had a chance to use them yet, but they will be perfect for my weaving.

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Laura A.
United States United States
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Product Details

Heddles come in a variety of sizes called dents to allow you to control of number of ends per inch in your project.  The standard heddle with each Kromski loom is 8-dent.   Also available are 5, 8, 10 and 12-dent heddles.  As you expand your weaving interests, you may want to have more than one heddle size.

Additionally, you may want to try using 2 heddles of the same blockdent size at the same time.  This will allow you to approximate a 4-harness loom. The process is not as easy as a true 4-harness loom, but for the occasional need, this is a nice option.  If you are interested in doing this, order an extra set of heddle blocks to support the extra heddle.

Note: 32″ heddles do not have the top frame shaped as an arch. 


HEDDLE BLOCKS AVAILABLE SEPARATELY

Rigid heddles come in different dent sizes. It is important to consider the dent size of your heddle(s) before you choose a warp yarn. As the dent size number increases (5 to 8 to 10 to 12), the “thickness” of your warp material must decrease.

All rigid heddles are composed of slots and holes. Your warp threads must be able to pass through these holes and slots without resistance. As you raise and lower the heddle, the threads in the slots must slip so their elevation is not altered. As you beat your project, the heddle must slide forward and back without causing yarn to bunch up in the slots and holes. Up, down, forward and backwards – your rigid heddle must move easily.