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How to use a simple weaving jig - �by Doc Ski
Jul 13th, 2007 at 12:28pm
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How to use a simple weaving jigs.
1. First position the right hand jig to the right of the area you desire to put the
pattern.
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2. Then wrap masking take to the left of the area you want the pattern and reverse the
tape so the sticky surface is on the outside.
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3. Now place thread on tape and load into right hand jig until layer is complete.
Repeat if there are more than one layer. When all thread is in right hand jig then
set left hand jig on rod.
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4. Anchor threads with about 1/2" of flat wrap then begin weave. Pictures show
progression of weave.
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If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at
Doc Ski Rods
2271 Mariposa Dr.
Oxnard, Ca. 93036
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Re: How to use a simple weaving jig - by Doc Ski
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