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Old 10-14-2012, 07:59 AM   #13
Ramon
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Originally Posted by pkshooter View Post
What's atw, and is the jet method worth learning.
As was mentioned before, no one is going to ask you to use the JET method. ATW is useful if you want to do one-piece patterns. Most racquets today require an ATW pattern to do a one-piece job doing the crosses from top to bottom. The reasons you might want to use one-piece include conserving string if you use reels and putting less wear on the grommets because you have only two tie-offs. I don't particularly like the traditional one-piece pattern where one of the end mains is loose because it's a tie-off while the other side is tight. I usually modify it by weaving a cross with the short side, which eliminates the unevenness.

If you want to learn ATW, look at the videos in the stickies.
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