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I just took a 5 yard warp off my loom with 3 tea towels. Its been awhile since I’ve woven a number of towels on one warp. I plan on machine hemming each towel. Should I I cut them apart and machine stitch each edge before I wash and hem them? Or should I wash the 5 yard warp then cut them apart, and hem them. They are cotton towels and I know will shrink from the sample I wove. The warp is 8/2 cotton and the weft is a cotton slub.
You could do them either way, Diane. Usually, I zigzag stitch each towel’s tucked in part of the hem to secure it before I cut them apart after washing and ironing the whole warp. But – like so many things, there is no right or wrong way – just what works best for you, as long as the ends of the cloth are secured before washing.
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