Some questions have come my way since my recent post on bulky yarns, and I realized one┬áthing I didn’t cover: what will happen if a weaver decides to weave a square using┬ábulky yarn in all four layers?

Answer: it will be doable but difficult.

Here we have some pretty Patons Classic Wool Roving yarn–suitable for dyeing, less suitable for 4-layer pin loom weaving.

Patons Classic Wool Roving yarn. It has twist, so it won't tear apart easily. It's pretty and smooth--a dream to weave with, but not on this loom (unless you like nightmares).

Patons Classic Wool Roving yarn. It has twist, so it won’t tear apart easily. It’s pretty and smooth–a dream to weave with, but not on this loom (unless you like nightmares).

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