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Old November 7th, 2017, 06:44 AM   #17
Chuck Wagner
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Hi Rich,

Here's an example of the variability of the kush motif on a single piece; with several individual "heads" having closed loops similar to those on mine - the weaver just didn't leave space between the head and the feather.

I agree that weavers lose track over time, but also, over the time required to construct a single piece...



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Chuck
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