What's this term called?

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  1. coolblue123

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    During weaving the crosses, the strings of two consecutive rows are on the same side by mistake?
    Never heard of the term, but I was just curious. Just had that happen to me and I had a hard time explaining to my friends.
     
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  2. KerryR

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    It's still called a 'misweave' even though it was every string on that particular cross, isn't it? (as opposed to 'missing' just one weave, so that the cross goes over or under 2 consecutive mains).
    ??
     
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    snap a pic and show them the pic
     
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    thanks all. misweave it is.
    zap: maybe tmonk is onto something. Maybe I can get someone to come to my house and string for me. =)
     
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    lol whats your machine again?
     
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    Dropweight with 6 pt clamp. Still can't believe SP stopped making Stringing machines.

    I may wait for a couple of years till the dropweight clutch breaks and I'll get a wise.
     
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