See the glave in the picture...that was to hold the shed once it was separated - made it much easier to knit the heddles. Would have been even better had I had another piece of closet rod, but I didn't.
This is a close up of the above shot...
Almost finished doing it...wrong :)
Up close of almost done...wrong...
Picture done the write way. Notice how you can see a lot more green and the threads are much further away from the heddle bar.
This is what the spacing and loom looks like when all the heddles are knit.
A closer look...
This is the natural shed that happens when the heddle bar in resting in the brackets. I'm holding it open with my sword beater, but you can see all the heddles and how they work.
This is the second shed that is formed when the heddle bar is moved back so that it rests against the uprights.
Now the loom is all set to do so simple tabby weave....we'll see how simple it really is :)