I have watched Jane's lessons on winding on a single warp chain. In all of her lessons, I see her winding on a single chain using a stack of lovely books. Oh how I wish that were my situation. It would make life so easy. Unfortunately, every project I have made has required me to do multiple chains. I thought I had a standard size warping board, at least I think I do (Shacht with 5 " pegs), so I do not understand how I cannot wind on the full amount of yarn required for a project on my board. I weave on a Baby Wolf loom so its not like I'm making anything gigantic, just 4 towels at a time with a 22 inch wide warp, using 5/2 yarn. So I just wound on 3 separate chains for my latest project. It was murder. Plus, because the looms are small and lack the heft of the big looms, it is recommended that you set up your Baby Wolf on a rug so it doesn't bounce around when you weave, so I have limited space to utilize the heavy book method ( I have an area rug with a heavy couch restig on it). Getting all 3 chains centered on the floor, equally weighted down, plus keeping tangles from happening when fastening onto the warping rod ... well I'm looking for a video of Jane giving some advice because I'm sure there is a better way. And if there's a better way, I'm sure Jane knows it. If Jane has made a video on projects with multiple chains, please let me know where to find it. If you're looking for more video material to help us beginners Jane, I'd be the first in line for this one! Many thanks.