Handwoven November/December 2016
From overshot to rep to diversified plain weave, this issue helps you weave fabrics with the amazing texture and patterns you can only get from combining thick and thin yarns!
Mixed yarns highlight this issue of Handwoven, as weavers will read how to make the most of weaving thick and thin. Enjoy 10 projects with options for 4-shaft, 8-shaft, and rigid-heddle weavers. Whether it’s a deflected doubleweave scarf that separates into two layers at the ends, a rigid-heddle shawl that’s easy to weave and wonderful to wear, or one of the other must-weave projects, you will find plenty of reasons to cozy up with your loom! Deb Essen also shows you how to easily fix common threading mistakes. And in his column “Notes from the Fell,” Tom Knisely teaches you how to weave a beautiful baby blanket and gives an idea for a new family tradition.
- Dancing Circles Scarf
- Discovery Towels in Thick & Thin
- Diamonds with Pizzazz Bag
- Fibonacci in Rep Runner
- Thick and Thin Bed Rug
- “Wearing Purple” Crackle Runner
- Royal Holiday Runner
- Layers of Air Scarf
- Salmagundi Shawl
- Traditions: Sweet Little Wedding Towels
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