Inkle Weaving: European (Baltic) Threading
European (Baltic) threading method is alternating single background threads and doubled pattern threads (or threads that are thicker than the background threads).
The cloth is to be woven so that it is warp dominant.
For Modern Peg Style Inkle Looms: H=Heddled position, O=Open position.
For Rigid Heddles: H=Slots, O=Holes (opposite of peg style looms).
For all other looms: H=Shed 1, O=Shed 2
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Here's a video explaining how to weave this warp faced cloth using a rigid heddle and a pick up stick to create the design.