EXTRA!! Read All About It! – Warping Your Loom & Tying On New Warps is in Print Again!

Almost a year ago I sent my books to a shop in Australia, called the Weaving Room. That’s when Sharon Harris, the owner of the shop, 13,000 km away contacted me because she thought my 2nd book needed to be back in print.

Then a most beautiful thing happened when we two women who don’t know each other, worked together across the world to produce an “amazing book “(her words) that has been out of print for years. The First Edition came out 26 years ago and has been in demand consistently ever since. This is the Fourth Edition.

The books were printed in Australia, and they arrived in the US and are available on my website here: https://peggyosterkamp.com/weaving-books-dvd/

It has been available only as a pdf for several years until now.

The cost may surprise you, but 26 years after the first books were printed costs have increased as you can imagine. The price will be $55. For those people who bought the original pdf, I offer a 15% discount off the new printed edition. To take advantage, send a message in the comments section with your name, address, and email address. (I have a record of all who ordered the PDF). I’ll email you how to send your payment by PayPal.

The cost of the PDF will remain the same as before: $27.50. I’m thrilled to see it in print again. When I look at the chapters, I see that much of the information is valuable and not in any of the other books at all. Of course, thorough explanations of warping the loom are included. In addition, there are chapters on:
Sectional beaming, Tying On New Warps, Adjusting Looms, Two or More Warps, Designing Random Stripes, Knots and more.
In a future post I’ll show example pages. I think you’ll see that “having her books at your loom is like having a patient, knowledgeable teacher at your side” as the back cover says.

20 thoughts on “EXTRA!! Read All About It! – Warping Your Loom & Tying On New Warps is in Print Again!”

  1. Peggy, I am so excited to see the warping your loom book 2 has been reprinted. I bought your dvd many years ago and patiently printed out 206 pages but found it very awkward in a ring binder.
    My weaving came to a halt about 2 years ago, my idea of retiring and weaving/sewing has taken a back seat but want to start again this summer so what better way than have your trusty little book to help.
    I don’t know if you will have my details as I may have it under my old work email and old address. Sorry but old computer has gone too now.Anyway current is email is
    jan.james@sky.com and I am in the uk.( old email was info@windsorfireplaces.co.uk but I am sure I didn’t use it.) Thankyou Peggy.

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  2. Congratulations! Books such as your’s should never go out of print, and many of us are very thankful to have them in PDF/eBooks, especially when they do go out of print. When books are even unavailable secondhand (or if there is a rare copy selling for gold), you can be assured that they are a treasured classic! Thank you for this endeavor!

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  3. Peggy,

    I was so excited to see your book back in print! I lost mine to someone who borrowed it several years ago and did not return it. Now, I will put this new one under lock & key! Thank you so much for sharing all your wonderful knowledge with us!

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  4. Hi Peggy,
    I just purchased the print version of Warping your Loom and Tying On New Warps. I purchased the PDF version a while back; probably in 2019 sometime. Thanks so much for the discount.

    I follow you on Instagram and love your bird photos! You take wonderful pictures.

    Take care.

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    • Thanks, again! I love taking the bird photos. I’m fairly new at it and it is exciting. I now have a great camera–boy, don’t I know it–good equipment means a lot. Thanks for your kind words.
      Peggy

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  5. p.s. I purchased the new printed version via Paypal so perhaps it’s too late for the discount. If so, never mind, I’m happy to pay full price. Your books have been so helpful to me as I’ve gotten started with weaving again in the last few years.

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