Handwoven September/October 2014

September/October 2014
Handwoven for the Home


Green Waffles Bath Towel
John Mullarkey



Peter's Apron a la Macaron
Rebecca Fox


From the Editor
What’s Happening

Media Picks

Roving Reporters
Reader’s Guide:
      Project Directory
      Yarns and Suppliers
      How to Use This Issue
Classified Ads
Advertisers’ Index
Endnotes: Madelyn van der Hoogt


Designing for Your Home Kelly Marshall
Weaving for your home is more than just a project. Professional waver and designer Kelly Marshall shares ideas to mindfully beautify your surroundings.

Fabrics of Light Amanda Cutler
You can make handwoven curtains to perfectly fit your decor and any window in your home. 

Learning to Weave Together • Deborah Chandler
Deborah Chandler (aka Redding) looks back at thirty years of authorship and community.

Idea Gallery: Playing with Color and Blocks Charlene Schurch and Lea Vennix
A bright throw that weaves within a weave, and a simple idea for turning stripes to blocks.

Traditions: Tines Naturales: Rediscovering a Colorful Tradition Deborah Chandler
The Maya Achi women of San Rafael are learning and recoverign the natural dyeing techniques their people have practiced for millenia.

Yarn Lab: Reflections on Absorbency Laura Fry
An expert on wet-finishing waxes scientific about yarn, weave structure, and what makes the best towels.


Dorothy's Dozen Kitchen Towels • Ellen LaBruce

Bright Herringbone Twill Towels Linda Gettmann

Don't Get Bored Towels Karen Tenney

Stripes and Blocks Kitchen Towels • Susan E. Horton

Cornucopia Placemats and Napkins Anita Thompson

Fall Fiesta Placemats • Catherine Alter

Butterflies in Clover Table Runner • Lee Ann Wille

Color Combo Quilted Tea Cozy Dorothy Solbrig

Peter's Apron a la Macaron Rebecca Fox

Green Waffles Bath Towel John Mullarkey

Perfect Marriage T-Shirt Rug Amanda Robinette

Playful Bath Mat Mary Jeanne Goss

Friendship Towels with Tintes Naturales Sarah H. Jackson

Friendship Towels with Tintes Naturales
Sarah H. Jackson




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