Weaving is a wonderfully versatile craft. The results can be chic and sophisticated, beautifully bohemian or romantically rustic. And while pretty much all of it is beautiful, it can take a little bit of practice to get your pieces on point. It's the rare weaver who can turn out a beautifully finished piece the first time he or she sits down at the loom. All weavers can improve their skills however, it just takes some patience and practice. In this installment of my basics of weaving series (see Part 1 and Part 2) I'm sharing three easy-to-master techniques that will make your finished pieces look their best. Whether you're new to the game or an experienced weaver looking to build your skills they're good tricks to have up your sleeve (or scarf).