There are many ways to finish off a beaded loom piece, depending on the effect you want, how much time you choose to spend, and how the piece will be used. In any case, you’ll need to secure the warp threads, so that the piece will be strong and stable. Options include:
Backing the beaded piece with leather or fabric.
Making the warp threads into a beaded fringe at the top or the bottom edge.
Beading a decorative border at the edges.
The warp threads can be woven back into place and you can leave the piece unlined and with plain edges. Refer to our Basic Beading on a Loom