Huck lace 'boxes' with plain weave
Many people find lace weaves confusing, not least because there are so many different ways to write the threading/treadling draft. When the sequence looks so very different, people can get confused about what is the 'right' way.
Well, the 'right' way is which ever sequence - threading, tie up, treadling - that will give you Huck (or Swedish, which is a derivative of Huck) interlacements.
Lace weaves consist of floats on a plain weave foundation. You can have warp floats, weft floats or warp/weft floats.
Bronson Lace differs from Huck/Swedish in that the foundation threads are only on one shaft with a tie down on a second shaft. In Huck there are two shafts for the foundation threads and no tie down. Swedish Lace has two shafts for foundation and a tie down where a unit is repeated.
Can I recommend my webinar to help bring some light to the subject? I tried searching for the webinar on their website but nothing came up so hopefully this link will work for anyone interested.