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How to Swedish Weave

by Genevieve Van Wyden
Swedish weaving, also known as huck weaving, is a blend of darning, embroidery and weaving. Using three basic materials – huck cloth, embroidery floss or pearl cotton and a tapestry needle, you can create simple or ornate weaving designs on both ends of toweling or linens. Huck cloth comes in severa...

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