Gray circles are possible positions for tubes that hold warp yarns upright.
Choose the warps that you wish to use in your textile by clicking on them. Chosen warps turn black.
When done click “Warping done” at the top of the page.
Gray circles are warps that you chose.
Click on the red dots to choose path for the weft thread.
You can use “Undo” button if the line bumps into a tube or if the result does not look like you wanted it.
When you need to pass same point for 3rd or 4th time, then it’s logical to create new layer. There is a button at the top to create new layer. Previous layers will remain visible in lighter color.
You can repeat a previously made layer. Remember the number of the layer that you want to repeat. The layer must be finished, then it’s number appears in the layer repetition table. Mark the number. Program starts to show you the beginning point of that layer. Route your current layer to that point, only then can the layer repetition button be used.
Avoid straight threads crossing over round paths of the same layer. The program is not yet able to check for crossing of different types of paths (curved and straight), so in the actual weaving process the tread can get stuck in such places. Proper height for crossings of same type of lines (curved with curved and straight with straight) are taken care of in the program.