[HNW] Re: H-needlework Digest, Vol 30, Issue 11

Sarah Oldenburg Garcia flidaisbhuidhe at yahoo.com
Sat Nov 19 17:16:43 PST 2005

Thank you all for responding, it is finger loop
braiding, and i found 
some great websites through google on it including :
http://freespace.virgin.net/f.lea/braid.html   and

The first one was the best beginner site. 

Again thank you all for your help.

Lady Flidais Bhuidhe
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>I'm wondering about a braiding technique, I want to
>make a quick rope 
>and someone showed me quickly how to make one with
>some embroidery 
>floss.  You take four strands of string, loop in half
>and braid.  Does 
>anyone know what this is called so I can look it up
>the net, or if 
>you know how could you email me how?  It's for a
>project I need to 
>do today, PLEASE help.  Thank you.

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