Rya knots

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Cut 20 25cm (97/ lengths of yarn. To make sure they’re all the same length, wind the yarn around a 12cm (4 ") wide piece of card­board and then cut at one end.

Wrap the bun­dle of yarn be­hind the four mid­dle warp threads of the weave so there's an equal amount of yarn on ei­ther side.

Pull the cen­tre of the bun­dle through the mid­dle of the warp threads, then pass the two cut ends through the loop cre­ated. As you pull the cut ends, the loop will tighten to form the rya knot. Re­peat Steps 1-3 as re­quired for your weav­ing project, then trim the yarn ends to neaten.

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