The Making of a Tapestry | Page 21 of 28 | Contemporary Tapestry Weaving
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The weaving of the tapestry is finished and a couple of inches are woven on top of the tapestry and then beaten into place; this is to stop the threads from sliding in the weave when the tapestry is removed from the loom.