Do It Yourself - - What To Do With -

Don’t throw away your prac­tice lengths. Save them for a project that shows off your in­creas­ingly com­plex craft. A story is wo­ven to­gether and put on dis­play when an old win­dow frame is used as the warp threads, and your nar­row pieces of tex­tiles as the wefts. Use pieces rang­ing from 2- to 30-warps wide and a mix of weaves, yarns, col­ors, and pat­terns. Duct tape will tem­po­rar­ily hold each piece while you ar­range the win­dow dis­play to your lik­ing. Once set, at­tach each piece on the back of the frame with a sta­ple gun.

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