Boundweave Rug Weaving Pattern
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by Tom Knisely
|"Many of us follow daily schedules that leave very little time for weaving, so we look for projects we can complete in the little free time we have. Here is a different way to look at time. Warping the loom for weft-faced rugs is very fast. It’s the weaving that takes time, but it’s the weaving that brings great satisfaction. Whenever you have a moment, you can spend it joyfully at your loom (no thinking or planning, only the rhythm of weaving, the feel of the weft , watching the growing pattern)." -Tom Knisely
Boundweave (rosepath threading).
One rug 241/2" by 40" plus 6" fringe.
Metal temple (stretcher); 4 ski or rug shuttles.
212 actual ends (105 working ends) plus 8 additional ends for two floating selvedges (4 ends each) on each side. All warp ends are doubled strands except for one tripled end on each side.
21/4 yd (allows 4" for take-up and 35" l oom waste; loom waste includes fringe).
EPI: 4 (doubled) ends per inch.
PPI: 28 (doubled) picks per inch.
|WIDTH IN THE REED
|TAKE-UP & SHRINKAGE
5% in width, 6% in length.
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- MIssing Reed Info
- I purchased this pattern yesterday and was excited to begin making the rug. The pattern, however, doesn't specify the reed size. Playing with the repeat pattern and width of the rug, I believe it should be an 8 dent reed. Shafts needed and reed size are basic to determine if I have the equipment to use the pattern. (Posted on 3/12/2015)