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    Swedish Weaving for Beginners

    by Stephanie Crumley Hill
    Swedish weaving is a special form of decorative embroidery also known as huck weaving or huck embroidery. The designs are usually geometric in nature, and worked primarily along the surface of the cloth rather than going up and down through the cloth.

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