Hemstitching on the loom is a simple and easy process that results in a clean, neatly ﬁnished cloth. If you’ve ever felt stressed about your projects unravelling or if you don’t have a sewing machine or serger to ﬁnish edges, hemstitching secures your raw edge into tidy little groups while it's still on the loom.
This article covers two basic finishing techniques: hand twisted and braided fringe. A fringe is more than a decorative element—it also secures your weaving. These simple and beginner-friendly techniques can be used on a variety of projects, such as scarves, rugs, and towels.