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Hi Susan. The way I do it is to wind my fabric forward, giving myself a little buffer after I’ve woven my last hem on my last towel. I use 8/2 cotton or sewing thread for the inside, tucked in portion, of my hems to make the hems less bulky. I then cut it off, zigzag across the fabric to secure it at both ends, and zigzag both ends of my towels so they are secure when cut. Washing it and drying the fabric in the manner I would normally use for towels. They are then pressed, cut apart and hemmed. Everyone has their own way of doing it that works for them. The main thing is to keep the cloth stable if you wash it before hemming your towels. I like to get any shrinking done before I hand hem my towels. Hope this helps.