Overshot weaving lead to geometric patterns whose matrix is outlined in the threading.
Different treadlings produce different weft effects.
The result is a “rose” or “lemon leaf” or “broom flower” or other patterns according to the images recalled.
Each fabric so becomes a unique piece of work, thanks also to the variety of weft: fiber variety (wool, linen, cotton), yarn count,  and colors.

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