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1.2 Reading a Weaving Draft

Felicia Lo March 30, 2020

In this lesson 1.2 Reading a Weaving Draft, Felicia chats about how to read a weaving draft. Multiple shafts mean more opportunities to make patterns where specific shafts need to be raised or lowered which means a weaving draft can come in handy.

Here are just a few examples of weaving software:


Chapters

  • What is a draft 00:00
  • How to read a draft 01:44

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