When weaving from the stems of marsh plants and vines used similar techniques, except in the ways of the accession of new bars and run the edges of the products. Edge wicker from the stems easier.
Each rack is used and close up in turn. The stand can be bend, and the end to pass through the netting. To see this, pass the threader through the netting, pass the tip of the strut to the lug and pull the threader. You will get a fold, at the distance of 20-35 mm from the edge, and teeth of equal shape and height (figure 1). The rack can be bent twice at a right angle, and the end of the thread through the weave. It will be a beautiful arched edge (figure 2). This edge may be finished by the weaving of many products from the stems of marsh plants.
Another type of simple edges can be obtained if each rack to plug next to adjacent or one on top of it or bottom. In this case the rack should be closed up flush with the edge of the netting (figure 3) and the loop to tighten, or they will cling and climb. Acquiring skill in performing these edges, you can combine two different pattern, forming an interesting weave, or create your own drawings edges. Do not forget to soak the dry rack before you begin to seal the edge. If the stand is wet and again, flattening to bend, weave will be easier and the edge will turn out neater. Tucking the ends of the racks, carefully unroll them, not allowing them to twist. At the end of work check the tension struts and the height of the bends. While the stems do not dry, you can fix all the mistakes.