Note that the right edge of the loop went from being three warps wide in the photo above, to two warps wide below. It made a nicer curve.
Also, a needle is a handy way to move the working weft end from where it is to where I want it to be.
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Enid and Crow #50 copyright Sarah C. Swett 2015
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