The "generated drawdown" technique allows the construction of the cloth from a pattern whose presence is requested directly in the drawdown diagram ; unlike the traditional construction which starts by defining the threading and the peg-plan, or even the tie-up, and where the drawdown is simply the result of the calculation.
Secondly, we will define the weave structure by filling the surfaces of the "generated peg-plan" with weave structures.
This technique allows an easy variation of many patterns on a given threading.
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