Hello all, I'm doing the research into a semi crazy idea and I wanted to see what my options were for one of the bigger hurdles. My current set up is a 90cm David 3 and an Ashford warping mill that can do 14 yards long, but I've found at 10 it's near it's limits.
My dilemma is that the series of projects I am finishing research for, require cloth that is a continuous length of at least 16 yards and up to 24 yards potentially. The width at the low end would be 10" but the high end might be the full width of my David. Now my ashford mill will not hold that at all, so I was wondering if there's a way I could do it without any extra equipment (note I don't have a hall or space for up to 24 yard long warp threads to be laid out). Or would something like a floor mill be something I would need to look into? If so, does anyone have any recommendations as to a brand? If I needed to get a floor mill, then ideally if I can fold it like I do with the Ashford (I remove the y nuts on the braces and store them so the mill can be more or less flat).
I know in Season 1, Jane shows a floor mill and so that's where my thought of a floor mill came from.
Thank you for your help.