A Blouse for Susan
From the Editor
Yarns and Suppliers
How to Use This Issue
Endnotes: Sherrie Amada Miller
Cotton for Handweavers • Stephenie Gaustad
Weaver and spinner Stephenie Gaustad shares the secrets of tthis weaver's workhorse fiber.
Notes from the Fell • Tom Knisely
Thoughts about selvedges, Japanese zanshi cloth, and perfect imperfection.
Finishing Handwoven Cotton Fabric • Sharon Alderman
Yes, it's washable, but cotton needs wet-finishing, too.
Cotton and the Industrial Revolution • Alden Amos
Alden Amos explains how cotton changed the world.
A Life in Bloom • Sally Fox
One woman's quest for colurful, sustainable cotton.
Idea Gallery: Playing with Pattern and Color • Alan A. Luhring and Sarah H. Jackson
Intricate patterns in miniature and color studies beyond the gamp.
Traditions: Cajun Cotton • Tom Knisely
Forced from their Canadian homes, Acadian weavers forged new traditions with Louisiana cotton.
Yarn Lab: Born in the USA • Becky McCoy
Made in Philadelphia, Huntingdon Mill cotton yarns are soft, warm, and luscious.
Iridescent Echoes Tabe Mats • Marian Stubenitsky
Bright and Handy Inkle Bags for a Smart Phone and for a Mini Tablet • Trudy Sonia
Belle Creole Bed Runner • Susan E. Horton
Pure Delight Towels • Deanna Deeds
Ragtime Remix • Carol Reinhold
Summer and Winter with a Twist Polka-Dot Towels • Linda Adamson
The Oscar Tote • Beth Mullins
Huck and Snuggle Baby Blanket • Kate Lange-McKibben
A Blouse for Susan • Sandra Hutton
Floating Shadows Towel • Susan Porter
Traditions: Cajun-Inspired Cotton Dish Towels • Tom Knisely
Iridescent Echoes Tablel Mats