Size a length of the roving...
- This is where you will learn from a
little practice and experience.
- I split a length roving in two or three,
depending on how thick it is. You need it thin enough that it will fit the
latch-hook and pull through the burlap fabric, but not so thin that it has no
- Similarly, it can't be so thick that you
can't get it all on the hook, nor pull it through the burlap without straining
- Keep in mind a finished saddlepad has about 3,800
loops of wool hooked into it. 3,800 strained repetitions will leave you in