Upcoming Feature Roadmap

Features currently being prioritized
  • Project Planning - support for planned repeats in warp and weft that are not included in the WIF, but are included in planned yardage, heddle counts, etc. Also, support for visualization in cloth view and cloth sim with the planned repeats.

  • Project Planning - ability to predict finished size of piece based on current wif and planned repeats (if entered) using the calculation drivers

  • Reorder Tie-up and treadles

  • Name Drafting (Code drafting)

  • Selection areas do not stay selected when scrolling (work around, use select special and indicate ending thread)

  • Cut and Paste picture into a tie-up

  • Cut and Paste picture into a lift plan

  • Improved Print options (treadling, threading, project information)

  • Support for variegated yarns with ability to create your own and save in MyYarn catalog. Variegation will show in Cloth

  • Block Substitution

  • Support for thread thickness and carryover into visualization

  • Support for skipped denting and varying picks per inch (cram and dent)

  • Ability to select marked sections from one WIF into another

  • Huck Lace Designer

  • Ability to select from common weaves to populate threading, tie-up and treadling

  • Visualization for integrated double weave in cloth view and cloth sim

  • Visualization for deflected threads in cloth view and cloth sim

  • Telescoping and Digitizing of Design Lines for Network Drafting

  • Warp Winding Plan - add recognition for patterns of 3 and 4 colors.

  • Warp Winding Plan - feature to break winding plan into multiple warp chains

  • Loom Driver Support

  • Zoom in and out to work with number pad

  • Add tabby - support for add tabby in selected area instead of entire weft

  • Add tabby - support for pattern for tabby (not always every other).

  • Remove tabby - permanently and also for visualization only

  • Mathematically derived design lines from specified inflection points

  • Merge two structures (copy one section of warp or weft and merge, according to weaver's specifications, into a structure