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Sophie Britten

Hello - those are absolutely beautiful! Can you tell me what is your pattern? Is it in the Davison book or did you construct it yourself? Many kudos; you are extremely talented!

Esther Budd

Hi Sophie:

The original pattern was from A Weavers Book of Eight Shaft Patterns. I have changed it quite a bit, though, to get the final result of the last few. So glad you like them.

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