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The eight-shaft block weaves developed from the above two weaves are
described in Chapter 8, where is also described a further four-shaft reversible
weave using three wefts. (vii) OTHER WEAVES (a) Treating a Straight Four-Shaft
Draft as a ...
Four-Shaft Derivative Similarly if only four shafts are used, a double-faced weave
can be produced. It will still use three wefts, one for the front, one for the back and
one hidden in the centre. No blocks can be woven. Part 2. Development of ...
Corduroy, Double, using four shafts, combined with Pulled-Up Loops, 422-426 —
, , cutting pile, 403-405 — , , double cutting, 414-416 — , , double-faced, 421-422
— , , inlaying colours, 410-413 — , , mixing colours, 410 — , , off-centre cutting, ...
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B The Requirements of a Modem Horizontal Rug Loom
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