This is the part I've been having the most fun learning about. "What structures and textures can my fingers create?" "How can I combine those structures into a larger piece of cloth?"
In interlaced sprang, the threads move diagonally, forming a woven structure.
Fabric ranges from a loose weave to a tight twill.
In intertwined sprang, pairs of threads twist around each other and move diagonally, creating a textured surface.
Some structures are an open series of ridges and holes, while others create a more solid fabric.
To make double cloth, two sets of threads are worked simultaneously to make a wide variety of patterns with inverse images on front and back.