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Take a group of 3-5 strands, depending on the thickness of the yarn, and center it under the first set of top and bottom warps. Be sure to drop it with at least a few of inches of slack.
Slide a finger under the middle of the yarns, between the two wefts. Bring up a new piece of yarn, as if to continue the weft.
While the Royal Marriages Act originally meant that all royal family members needed consent from Queen Elizabeth in order to marry, a change in the law in 2013 now only applies to the six people closest in line to the throne — Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Harry, and Prince Andrew — who need to seek out the queen's permission before popping the question.Now wrap the yarn around and under the last string.And bring it back through – this time through the top warps.With the birth of Charlotte in May 2015, Princess Beatrice of York became seventh in line and her sister Eugenie slid down to eighth, so they can essentially marry whoever they want without checking with their grandmother first.And when Prince William and Kate Middleton's third child arrives in 2018, Andrew will be able to do the same.