Research:Weave

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More research needs to be done.

So far:

You try to weave some threads into the cloth on the loom, but can't figure out where they are supposed to go.
You neatly weave new threads into the cloth on the loom, sliding them through the natural shed in the warp threads.
You smoothly weave new threads into the cloth on the loom, sliding them through the natural shed in the warp threads.
You precisely weave new threads into the cloth on the loom, sliding them through the natural shed in the warp threads.
Taking great pains to accurately match the previous rows of work, you evenly weave a few more threads into the cloth on the loom.
Taking great pains to accurately match the previous rows of work, you smoothly weave a few more threads into the cloth on the loom.
Taking great pains to accurately match the previous rows of work, you skilfully weave a few more threads into the cloth on the loom.
Taking great pains to accurately match the previous rows of work, you precisely weave a few more threads into the cloth on the loom.
Taking great pains to accurately match the previous rows of work, you expertly weave a few more threads into the cloth on the loom.
Quickly, yet evenly, you weave new threads into the unfinished cloth on the loom, taking care to continue the pattern as it was started.
Quickly, yet smoothly, you weave new threads into the unfinished cloth on the loom, taking care to continue the pattern as it was started.
Quickly, yet proficiently, you weave new threads into the unfinished cloth on the loom, taking care to continue the pattern as it was started.
Quickly, yet precisely, you weave new threads into the unfinished cloth on the loom, taking care to continue the pattern as it was started.
Quickly, yet expertly, you weave new threads into the unfinished cloth on the loom, taking care to continue the pattern as it was started.