Joining strips of fabric

Weaving is one of the few crafts where I have found it necessary — or desirable is perhaps a better word — to join strips of fabric together for continuity. Providing the strips are of a similar texture and width — not too narrow and not too bulky or flimsy — this method for joining strips together is very efficient. In the Blue & Moon weaving project, one of the fabrics used for weaving is recycled silk — about 1,50 cm wide and quite resilient. The joined ends should finish up, out of view, at the back of the work

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