Double-Faced Tablet Weaving DVD

With the double-faced tablet weaving techniques in this workshop video, you will learn the fundamentals and beyond of weaving reversible, patterned bands.
SKU: 13WV13

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Handwoven Presents:

Double-Faced Tablet Weaving
with John Mullarkey
Weaving Video Workshop

 

 

Imagine a 4-shaft loom you can carry in your pocket! With double-faced tablet weaving, you can create reversible bands patterned with geometric patterns, figures, or letters, perfect for use as belts, straps, bookmarks, or to embellish other weaving projects. In this video, John Mullarkey teaches the fundamentals of double-faced tablet weaving, including:

 

  • Tablet-weaving tools and materials
  • How to read a double-faced draft
  • Warping for double-faced tablet weaving
  • Techniques for successful weaving, including managing twist direction and fixing mistakes
  • Weaving twill patterns with cards
  • How to design and chart your own double-faced patterns
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With double-faced tablet weaving, you have the freedom to design patterns as you weave and go wherever your imagination leads you. John makes it easy and fun to explore the wonderful world of tablet-woven bands.
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Order your copy of Double-Faced Tablet Weaving with John Mullarkey today!

 
This 125-minute weaving workshop is available on 2-disc DVD Set or as a video download in standard or high definition.

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SKU 13WV13
Author/Speaker/Editor John Mullarkey
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ISBN 13 9781620335925
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