Handwoven 1982-1983 Collection on CD

Enjoy every issue of Handwoven from 1982 and 1983 exactly as they were originally published!
SKU: 15WV02
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Issues included in this collection:
  • Handwoven Jan/Feb 1982
    • Get picturesque with this issue about tapestry weaving, as expert weavers take you from the cartoon to the cloth.
  • Handwoven Mar/Apr 1982
    • Get wild and wooly with classic Western weaving projects or indulge in the refinements of handwoven bathrobes, towels, and scrubs.
  • Handwoven Summer 1982
    • Use production-weaving secrets to get more from each warp. Warp once to make five pillows, a set of napkins, or a whole handwoven wardrobe.
  • Handwoven Sept/Oct 1982
    • Explore "interior fabrics" to create a handwoven habitat. Projects include a striking krokbragd rug, cheery doubleweave towels, and cozy woolen throws, plus a handwome woven pullover for fall.
  • Handwoven Nov/Dec 1982
    • Weave fabrics from America's Colonial Heritage. Projects include Shaker towels, a Colonial stole, a swivel runner, and a pinetree log carrier.
  • Handwoven Jan/Feb 1983
    • Show your style with fine and fancy weaving. Projects include a silk tunic and jacket, a man's elegant silk scarf, and cocktail napkins for a winter soirée.
  • Handwoven Mar/Apr 1983
    • From Fibonacci to Guatemalan traditional designs, stripes rule! Also in this issue a celebration of Swedish design.
  • Handwoven Summer 1983
    • Enjoy easy, breezy summer-time weaving: seersucker for a summer shift; sun-and-sand stripes for a cotton beack bag; a rustic, thirsty towel; and a summer bride's dream in sweet and stately huckaback. There's also loads of advice for summer color adventures, from leaf printing to marbling cloth.
  • Handwoven Sept/Oct 1983
    • Fill up on holiday cheer, from a handwoven Halloween to a Merry Christmas name draft. There's also great advice for using handwovens on the bias, creating inkle trims for your handwoven projects, and designing with color to create focal points in your fabric.
  • Handwoven Nov/Dec 1983
    • Celebrate tartans and plaids, from the kilt fabrics of Scotland to Victorian "District Checks." In addition to useful tips for planning these vibrant designs, you'll find instructions for a triangular shawl, gorgeous table linens, and, for your cross-crafting pleasure, step-by-step instructions for a charming felted hat and mittens.
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SKU 15WV02
Product Type Magazine Collection
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