Creative Weaving: Brooks Bouquet with Sara Bixler Video Download
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Creative Weaving: Brooks Bouquet with Sara Bixler
Video Download | 23 minutes
Join Sara Bixler in learning the ins and outs of Brooks Bouquet weaving! Brooks Bouquet is an exciting lace structure technique among plain weave fabrics that comes in handy when you are looking to incorporate lacey elements to your projects, or to opening up your fabric to create more drape!
Unlike other techniques, Brooks Bouquet offers the ability to isolate individual areas of small segments of lace that can prevent tension and irregularities in your selvage edge. Take your towels, scarves, and table runners from ordinary to extraordinary in this 23-minute video workshop!
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- Average Content...limited
- This is a video with just one way of doing Brooks Bouquet. There are other variations of the technique, and for the price of the video, those should have been included. The video is really too simple. It could have been more comprehensive to be useful. Production values are pretty good though. (Posted on 12/5/2015)
- Excellent presentation
- Sara is articulate and focused - she's a real joy to watch. She demonstrates every technique clearly and confidently as she explains everything. The camera angles are very good, too. So why only four stars? There's no draft .pdf with the video! It would be super helpful to be able to follow along with a towel of my own. (Posted on 9/15/2015)
- How many ENDS and reed size?
- Sara does a nice job of explaining Brooks Bouquet, very detailed. I can't wait to try my hand at this weave structure however in her example I don't get how many ENDS or reed size she uses. (Posted on 8/26/2015)
- Simple, but interesting and worth it
- Sara Bixler does a nice job in this video of explaining Brook Bouquet, what it is, how it can be used, the potential pitfalls in certain applications, etc. I wasn't familiar with this technique before this video and I learned a lot. There were good "safety tips" too, like being sure to have a substantial value difference between warp and weft. Also well shot. Much better at showing what is being discussed than (sadly) too many videos from this site. I'm glad I bought it and watched it. (Posted on 8/7/2015)