Reedless, with pegs

Reedless weaving allows the weaver to play with warp density. Here is one way to do it.
My warp is cotton and as weft I use a woven ribbon, leftover from our shoelace factory.
For beating down the weft I tested two tools: one is a part of knitting machine and the other-- an aluminium tube with nails-- I built myself. Nails are better.
To adjust warp groups to form white verical lines now and then, I used washing-pegs. It was possible to gather warps from 5 cm area in a bundle.
Now it is off the loom, I am pleased.


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