In my latest piece I was using the clasped weft technique as a way to interconnect two different types of threads in the same open shed. In my case, discount I was using cotton and wool roving yarn as a way to explore the different ways these two materials shrink and behave after washing.
However, pilule the most common use for this technique is to have two different colors or textures of yarn in a single row of weaving. This really is a simple technique with limitless design potential.
If you are interested in learning this technique Craftsy.com has an informative blog entry by Kaz Madigan called, viagra “Clasped Weft Weaving: Easy, High Impact Designs to Try“. Included are step by step pictures to help you get on your way. If you prefer videos Kelly Casanova has a very thorough video for weaving this technique on a rigid heddle loom. Below is a picture of the finished piece she works on in her video.