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These three drafts are from Jackie Hervey.  The first is a four shaft version of her towels without the decorative floats.  The nex...

These three drafts are from Jackie Hervey. The first is a four shaft version of her towels without the decorative floats. The nex...

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Here is the way to use the draft with thicker fancy yarns and thin plain ones.  The warp is a smooth yarn and sett according to the grist of the yarn for plain weave.  The weft yarn is either the same as the warp (can also be the same color) or finer than the warp.  Four shots of that in a half basket.  Then two shots of your heavier fancy yarn.  Of course, you will have two shuttles going.  make sure edges get picked

Here is the way to use the draft with thicker fancy yarns and thin plain ones. The warp is a smooth yarn and sett according to the grist of the yarn for plain weave. The weft yarn is either the same as the warp (can also be the same color) or finer than the warp. Four shots of that in a half basket. Then two shots of your heavier fancy yarn. Of course, you will have two shuttles going. make sure edges get picked

Margaret Windeknecht's drafts for rosepath twill and shadow weave

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