I understand that many weavers don't like warping, but I confess that I rather like it. I need to work on the ergonomics of it, but I enjoy it. I'm glad that I've had experience warping a rigid heddle loom because warping the Baby Wolf makes more sense--even if it is done a bit differently.
Measured warp on warping board.
Chained (sort of ) warp, ready to move to the loom.
Ready to sley the reed
Sleying the reed
Threading the heddles. (This project has 120 ends.)
Heddles are threaded; time to call it a night!