Loads of great examples of fine woven textiles with wide warp (1 m or even more!) on backstrap weaving loin looms in Imphal, the capitol of Manipur. Manipur (मणिपुर, locally called: Kangleipak) is one of the so-called Seven-Sister-States of Northeast-India. They are working with a pretty long circular warp (guess about 6 m long!). It seems everyone works just with one heddle, what means just plain weave is possible! Watch out these huge bamboo shed rolls! To me it looks pretty close to the skills of Chakma people, I just wonder about the patterns and the obviously diagonal leading of the warp, that differs to what I know of the Chakma-style weaving, but skills are similar! The looms are connected to a wooden railing at the wall in a diagonal manner! That's what we call a stake-type of loin loom.
Components of these loin looms are
No reed comb needed! Incredible great work!