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Old 04-03-2003, 10:32 AM   #15
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Basically you continue this until one of a few things happens.

#1: You come to the end of your piece. In which case you can either tie off your thread or weave back through a couple rows and then tie off (which is what I do)

#2: You run out of weft thread. In which case I normally weave the thread back through my piece a couple rows and tie off. Then start a new thread, weaving that back through until I come out on the side I start my beadwork on then continue on.

#3 You break your weft thread or you get a monster knot:Cry
This does happen and It not as bad as I first thought when it happened to me the first time. Take out the row you were working on and tie it off, then start a new row. Or take out enough rows to weave your tread back through then tie it off.
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