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Topic: Twining on a backstrap loom, also works on frame loom  (Read 1189 times)
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« on: September 07, 2009 11:35:51 AM »

Someone on another forum asked about twining on a backstrap loom. Twining an edge creates a finished edge on a continuous warped piece. Here is a picture of a piece coming off the loom, you can see the finished edge on the right side.

I posted an article on my blog showing the different steps that I take to use a twined edge on a backstrap loom, which also works on a frame loom.


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