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Operating a Backstrap Loom with Laverne Waddington

The ancient craft of backstrap weaving is still practiced by many indigenous weavers across the world today. The loom, which comprises nothing more than a set of simple sticks, allows weavers to produce anything from firm, narrow bands to wide, flowing lengths of cloth. Sticks and string spring to life and become a loom the moment the weavers place the backstraps around their hips. https://www.taprootvideo.com/preview_class.jsf?iid=3&cid=1

 Author: Laverne Waddington  Category: Video  Publisher: Taproot Video  Published: 2013


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