November/December 2010


November/December 2010
Slow Cloth


Page 54, "Mock Satin" Damask 
  

Volume XXXI, Number 5

Page 34, Boundweave Rug

Departments

From the Editor
Contributors
Letters
What’s Happening
My Space
Goods
Media Picks
Spotlight

Roving Reporters
Tricks of the Trade
Material Matters
Calendar
Reader’s Guide::
      Project Directory
      Yarns and Suppliers
      How to Use This Issue
Classified Ads
Advertisers’ Index
Endnotes: Sara Lamb

 

Slow Cloth: It's All About Process
A Gallery

Calling All Garment Weavers!
A Joint Challenge Sponsored by Våv and Handwoven Magazines

A Boundweave Rug
By Tom Knisely

Doubleweave Rainbow Windows in Embroidery Thread
By Mary Cree Marker

Pearl Cotton and Overshot: A Perfect Union
By Mary Berent

Reproduce a Coverlet That Was with Lincoln at Antietam
By Rita Hagenbruch

Sumptuous Terry Cloth: Take It for a Spin
By Rita Buchanan

Slow Literature: Stories in Tapestry
By Sarah Swett

Pick-Up Patterning in "Mock-Satin" Damask
By Alison Irwin

Tapestry Wall Dolls
By Maurine Adrezin

Doll Dress in Sock Yarn
By Hazel Spencer

Shaft Switching for Versatile Patterning in Taquete
By Gisela von Weisz

Water Lilies Fabric for a Vest
By Jean Down

MATERIAL MATTERS
How Slow Can You Go? Thoughts from Maggie Casey


Page 50, Stories in Tapestry

 

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