Tucking The Tails
For tapestry weavers looking to delve into the joys of a smooth back side, this illustrated guide shares techniques for working in weft ends as part of the shape-building process. Assumes some experience weaving weft faced structures.
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twirl in the breeze, show their colors from all sides --
and if the weft ends are worked in along the way, they can.
Others are happy to hang in a more traditional way
yet also appreciate a breath of air on the side no one sees--
and a smooth back makes that possible too.
After nearly three decades of tucking the tails on my tapestries,
the conceptual and structural possibilities
keep me glued to my loom.
What better place could their be?