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  1. I've mentioned A Handweaver's Pattern Book by Marguerite Davison previously, long out of print, but available from Amazon and Abebooks still. I think this bird's eye threading has lots of possibilities for miniature rugs, especially. Using a 2/20 wool at 30 epi (that's a guess, the recommended sett for that wool in tabby is 20-24, and twills can go tighter for rugs, especially) there would be over 5 repeats to an inch, once the rug was off the loom and pressed. Which would make a nice small overall pattern that could be made more interesting by using color changes in the weft. Note that no war
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