Works in Process: Twice-Woven Rugs

I’m weaving to make weft.

Wait, what?

There is a very cool process for making your own giant chenille that is decidedly scrap-friendly. You set up your loom with your warp thread in very tight groups, weave tightly, and then cut long vertical strips which are help together by the warp threads. You then weave the fuzzy stuff to make a rug.

I’m really hoping this works, because darn do I have a lot of yarn invested in this project.