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It was really helpful and I totally have it memorized now maybe. Weaving on the warp of the loom is pretty straightforward, up and down, up and down, tying off at the beginning and end. This little guy here is your shuttle. To wind the shuttle, tie the end of the yarn to the end, then make a figure 8 on the side, turn the shuttle and make another figure 8 on the other side, and so on.

Next, pick up every other thread using the pickup stick.

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After your first pass going either direction leave a four inch tail at the end and remove the pickup stick. Pick up the alternate threads you did the first time, and pass the shuttle back through again. I combed mine down after every pass, but I think you could probably go 2 or 3 passes before doing so, which would also help keep your warp threads from getting as fuzzy as mine did.

You could also skip the pickup stick and just use the shuttle itself to weave back and forth through the threads if you find this easier. I used four threads for each tassel, which is what they show in their instruction photo.

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I went ahead and cut five of the same length so I would have one to measure from for the next tassel I made, since I want this row to be of even length. You can always trim them at the end. For the large center tassel, I measured out the length first photo.

I used twice as many threads as the small tassels eight. The first tassel turned out too short bottom right , so I made a much longer one.

Now for MORE tassels. I did the two inner sets the same size. Now for some color. According to my pattern, I thread up the shuttle with some blue thread.

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I go two rows, then decrease the warp threads by two and weave two more rows. I keep going until its as high as I like. And now for the pink! As I mentioned before, be careful with thread tension. Finished the pink and got a little visitor. I do a block of black, then start on the little beige square.

For this section, I count the warp threads to find the middle, and just cut a length of beige to use with the needle. Tie the string to the end of the needle it WILL slip out! I make a WEE mistake while doing the blocks of white on either side.

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After adding another block of black, I decide to tuck in some of the ends in the back, which are adding up. Just tie the end of an end ha to the needle, and sew it underneath about 3 or four weaved loops. Then you can just trim or tie it off.

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