JAN/FEB 1986 – This issue of Handwoven focuses on weaving silk, from the history of this luxurious fiber to discussion of the types of silks handweavers may use.
MARCH/APRIL 1986 – Discover boundweave, leno, double weave, rosepath, and other great weave structures in this issue. Plus, there’s an in depth look at the tools needed to complete these techniques.
MAY/JUNE 1986 – This issue takes a look at portable and simple looms, from rigid-heddle weaving to inkle looms and card weaving. There is also a feature on weaving for your kitchen and modular clothing.
SEPT/OCT 1986 – In this issue, discover clasped weft, weaving handsome rugs, warp floats for plain weave, menswear, and more!
NOV/DEC 1986 – It’s all about handwoven fashion in this issue, from designing fashion fabrics, portfolios of fashion designers, or sewing your woven fabric.
JAN/FEB 1987 – Warm your home with handwoven table toppers, napkins, handwoven velvet, a paisley shawl, throws, and pillows, all great for winter.
MARCH/APRIL 1987 – Discover the joy of weaving for children with projects, ideas, and fabric inspiration. Plus, learn how to sponsor a workshop and experiment with Color and Weave with floats.
MAY/JUNE 1987 – This issue is all about Scandinavian weaving with inspiration and techniques from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, and Finland.
SEPT/OCT 1987 – The projects in this issue range from evening accessories, heirloom Christmas designs, a room-sized rug, a bedspread, and more!
NOV/DEC 1987 – Block weaves and Summer and Winter are the main focus for this issue. There’s also lessons on log cabin for the rigid-heddle loom, threading without error, and more.