# Question: How do you use Weave points?

Contents

## How do you calculate ends per inch?

Using a ruler or smooth stick (like a pick-up stick) with markings 1” apart, wrap the yarn snugly for one inch with no space between the yarn, but make sure you aren’t scrunching up or overlapping the yarn. Count how many times you wrapped the yarn in one inch. That’s your WPI, or wraps per inch!

## How do you calculate ends per inch in weaving?

A project with a sett of 20 epi, for example, has 20 warp ends in each inch of weaving while the project is on the loom. Determining what sett a piece has is pretty easy: count the number of warp ends and divide by the number of inches in the width.

## How do you calculate the end?

Add the cost of beginning inventory to the cost of purchases during the period. This is the cost of goods available for sale. Multiply the gross profit percentage by sales to find the estimated cost of goods sold. Subtract the cost of goods available for sold from the cost of goods sold to get the ending inventory.

## How long does a weave last for?

A sew in can last 6 to 10 weeks we recommend you come to the salon for maintenance service every 2 weeks for a shampoo and 4 to 6 weeks after install for tightening. Matting, tangling, and dreading (which leads to hair loss) may result if you leave your weave in too long.

THIS IS FUN:  What are waist beads for?

## What Dent reed should I use?

For most weavers, I usually recommend reeds in this order (so if you could get one, you’d get the 12; if two, the 12 and 10, etc.): 12-dent (because of the preponderance of 10/2 cotton at 2 epi), 10-dent, 8-dent, 15-dent, 6-dent.

## What is warp count?

The number of warp yarns per one inch or centimeter of fabric. This is also called sley, warp end count, ends per inch, or ends per centimeter.

## Is sett the same as Dent?

We measure reads by their ‘dent,’ or Ends Per Inch (EPI). An 8 dent reed has eight spaces (called a dent) for yarn per inch. … The spacing of the warp yarn is called the sett, and determines how the final fabric feels based on how thick your yarns are and what you’re weaving.

## How do you calculate weaving production?

The weight of cloth manufactured on looms depends upon the weight of yarns in the warp and weft: ends/inch, picks/inch and the weight of size on the warp.

Fabric Production Calculation.

Type of Yarn Moisture Regain % Moisture Content %
Cotton 8.50 7.83
Jute 13.75 12.10
Silk 11.00 9.91
Rayon, Viscose 11.00 9.91