How to Use a Peg Loom?

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To weave using a peg loom, first gather up the materials which nyou are going to use – if you are using pieces of old fabric cut them upn into similar sized strips.Tie warp threads through the hole in each peg. The length of the nwarp thread needs to be at least as long as the required size of your nfinished project.To start, wind the end of the fabric or fleece a couple of times naround the end peg and then start weaving in and out around the pegs, ndoing a complete turn around the end peg before coming back.When the fabric or fleece is at the top of the pegs, whilst at one nend of the peg loom, one by one pull the peg out from the hole and push nthe woven fabric down the warp threads replacing the empty pegs in the nhole. 
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1. Cut the warp threads to three times the length of the finished piece. You need one warp thread for each peg on the loom. 2. Remove a peg from the loom and thread the warp through
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The instructions are not difficult when making a peg loom. The materials used to make a peg loom include, 2 small clamps, drill table vice, waste wood, small saw, sand paper, pencil, and more.
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