The biggest problem with weaving is that in almost all cases, you can find woven products for much less in thrift, resale, or even retail stores for less than what you can purchase the yarn or thread to weave. The exceptions occur when you are making your own yarn, or are given yarn at little or no cost.
Wind the warp
Thread the loom
Weave the weft
The total length required is: Warp * Ends where Warp = (Length + Hems*2 + T&S )* Make + Waste and Ends = (Width + T&S) * Sett
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