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Weaving on the Atayal Loom PART 3

Weaving on the Atayal Loom PART 3 of Taiwan […]

Weaving on the Atayal Loom PART 2

Weaving on the Atayal Loom

by Kathleen Forance Johnson

The first step in any weaving process is to set up a system whereby two sets of strings or threads can be interlaced. The up and down threads are the warp and the across threads are the weft. Shown below is Bakan Chan, my […]

Weaving on the Atayal Loom

Weaving on the Atayal Loom by Kathleen Forance Johnson […]

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