Twined Weaving

Twined weaving is used to create the finest woven products, including ceremonial blankets. This process is unique as the warp in this weave is never seen; the weft is woven in such a manner that it completely envelops the warp. Usually, this process creates a duplicate pattern on both sides of the item, but this can vary through alteration to the weaving method.

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