around, the weaver is brought over the three spokes on the right, under five and up around the three last spokes on the left, doubling over the rim on the left. In returning it is brought back of the three spokes on the left, in front of the five middle spokes
and back of the three on the right, see Fig.
29. The weaver is bound around four times, in this way, and then the spokes are separated and the under-and-over weaving begins. Another pretty and simple centre is made as follows: The spokes, handle and rim are prepared as in the previous description, but the centre is started at the crossing of the rim and handle and the spokes are added as