James most often used this join every other sequence for long straight verticals. His technique created a very flat join which you can see in this detail from his Ceremonial Masks pieces which are on display at the New Mexico State Archive in Santa Fe.
|James Koehler, Ceremonial Masks, detail|
|James Koehler, Ceremonial Masks|
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Here is the James Koehler weft interlock video.