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Cardboard Box Loom - Weaving Tabby

Free instructions for how to make a loom using a cardboard box and learning to weave tabby […]

Calculating the Correct Sett in Weaving -

Determining the correct sett for your project can be a bit of a challenge. If the same yarn is used in both warp and weft, the following formula should result in a balanced weave structure. W = Wrap the yarn around a ruler, with the yarn just touching, to determine the number of wraps […]

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