The carpet warp was drawn through the hole to begin the warping process (thinner carpet warp works better than yarn).
The students then threaded the carpet warp back and forth through the corrugated tunnels, being careful not to pull too hard for fear the tunnels might tear.
The bells were assembled with leather thread or strands of sturdy cotton carpet warp
. The holes were large enough to string through, but we also used a large-eyed needle.
* an inkle loom * a shuttle, or flat stick, to hold the weft, or crosswise threads * two sticks, like popsicle sticks, to use as the warp sheds, or opening for the plain weave * a scissor * cotton carpet warp
or string for the heddles, or string loops that hold the alternate warp, or lengthwise threads * inexpensive, strong, smooth, colorful threads (a minimum of six different colors) - either carpet warp
or pearl cotton