Handwoven, September/October 1993 Digital Edition

Stay warm all winter long with the cozy blanket and simple jacket weaving projects featured in this September/October 1993 issue of Handwoven.
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The September/October 1993 Handwoven magazine has what you need for weaving beautiful blankets, simple jackets, and holiday items.

Stay warm this winter with the September/October 1993 issue of Handwoven Magazine!

Stay warm all winter long with the cozy blanket projects featured in this Handwoven. Learn how to create big designs on just four shafts using skip twill and blanket weave. Other projects include tubular tablet woven necklaces and festive holiday tea towels.

Discover, explore, and create with these featured articles:

  • View the 7th Avenue design swatches by commercial designer Ellen Hess.
  • Learn how to make contemporary tubular card-woven necklaces with ancient techniques.
  • Weave and ultra EZ garment for first-time sewers.
  • Get ideas for the holidays such as
  • Explore the Tsongas Insdustrial History Center at the Lowell National Historical Park.
  • Celebrate the Handweavers Guild of America’s 25th anniversary!

Weave a blanket, jacket, or holiday gift with these 16 patterns!

  1. Barleycorn Towels by Margarel Gaynes
  2. Swatch Collection #28 by Sharon Alderman
  3. EZ Jacket by Tammy Kurzmack
  4. Turned Overshot Jacket by Christie Cherry
  5. Plain and Simple Jacket by Emmy Spencer
  6. Three-Season Outfit by Laura Fry
  7. Heathery Blanket by Laurie Jennings
  8. Twill Plaid Blanket by Barbara Carovano
  9. Carpet Warp Blanket by Carla Moore
  10. Snail Trail Blanket by Betty Lou Whaley
  11. Blue Jay Blanket by Manuela Kaulitz
  12. Advent Pulpit Fall by Jean M. Jones
  13. Holiday Tea Towel by Ann Shafer
  14. Tiny Snowmen by Alison Irwin
  15. Silver Snowflakes by Alison Irwin
  16. Christmas Placemats by Nancy Reile
Get your copy of the September/October 1993 Handwoven Magazine and start a new project!
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