For clasped weft weaving, you need two colors—wind one color on a shuttle. Then, place the other color in its cone or ball on the left side of your loom. Pass the shuttle through the shed from right to left, around the stranding coming from the ball or cone, and back through the shed (left to right) pulling the loop of the other yarn with it. Grab the free ends of the two colors and bring the clasp or join into the desired position. Change sheds and beat.« Back to Glossary Index
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