Top 10 Picks for Weavers

This exclusive collection of 10 books and eBooks is the preeminent resource for weavers of all skill levels.

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The Handweaver's Pattern Directory   +$0.00
Next Steps in Weaving: What You Never Knew You Needed to Know   +$0.00
Color and Texture in Weaving 150 Contemporary Designs   +$0.00
The Weaver's Book of 8-Shaft Patterns   +$0.00
Woven Scarves   +$0.00
The Weaver's Idea Book   +$0.00
The Weaver's Companion eBook   +$0.00
Learning to Weave   +$0.00
Winning Towels: Handwoven's 21st-Century Towel Contest PDF   +$0.00
The Weaver's Studio: Doubleweave eBook   +$0.00

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Handwoven editor Susan Horton compiled her favorite weaving resources into this bundle packed with weaving expertise from master weavers Jane Patrick, Pattie Graver and many more! From the basics of learning to weave to the intracacies of doubleweave this exlusive collection of 10 books and eBooks is the preeminent resource for weavers of all skill levels. Order this bundle today and save 10% — but this deal is only here for a limited time so don't wait!

Discover the titles included in this collection:
  • Next Steps in Weaving by Pattie Graver - Paperback
    • This book is a must-have for those facing the many frustrations of weaving, and needing extra guidance and support to successfully execute projects by avoiding common mistakes.
  • Color and Texture in Weaving: 150 Contemporary Designs by Margo Selby - Hardcover
    • Providing you with everything from basic setup instructions to advanced weaving ideas, this book offers contemporary, colorful, and creative possibilities for all weavers looking to refine their color and texture approaches to textiles.
  • The Weaver's Book of 8-Shaft Patterns by Carol Strickler - Paperback
    • Whether you want to get a project off to a fast start or to experiment with confidence, let this book be your guide. It's a recipe book containing almost 1,000 weaving patterns on more than 25 different weave structures.
  • Woven Scarves by Jane Patrick and Stephanie Flynn Sokolov - Paperback
    • Jane Patrick and Stephanie Flynn Sokolov introduce weavers to a broad sampling of weaving techniques and exploring various ways of creating cloth on a rigid heddle loom in this book.
  • Weaver’s Idea Book: Creative Cloth on a Rigid-Heddle Loom by Jane Patrick - Hardcover
    • The Weaver's Idea Book opens new avenues for exploration on both the rigid-heddle and multishaft looms. Each chapter contains weaving patterns along with swatches illustrating the techniques, accompanied by step-by-step photography.
  • The Weaver’s Companion by Linda Ligon - eBook
    • This small, sturdy, spiral-bound volume keep track of the details. It's all here: sett and sleying charts, formulas for calculating warp and weft, fiber identification tests, basic weave drafts, finishing techniques, fiber factoids, a must-have gray scale, design shortcuts, and much, much, more!
  • Learning to Weave by Deborah Chandler - Paperback
    • All of the basics are covered: learning weaving terms, understanding the tools of weaving, how to use a weaving loom, making a good warp three ways, reading and designing drafts, and understanding weave structures. We don't know of a better weaving text.
  • Winning Towels: Handwoven’s 21st-Century Towel Contest - eBook
    • This collection contains instructions for seventeen winning entries from Handwoven's Towels for the 21st-Century contest. From elegant plain weave to twenty-four shaft twill - it's all here!
  • Doubleweave by Jennifer Moore - eBook
    • The conventional use for a shaft loom is to weave one layer of flat fabric, no wider than the loom. Doubleweave blows that convention out of the water. Master weaver Jennifer Moore takes a fresh and logical look at this most intriguing of weave structures while exploring its myriad possibilities.
  • Handweaver’s Pattern Directory by Anne Dixon - Hardcover
    • This weaving compendium is destined to become the next reference tool on every weaver's bookshelf! This book is a full-color practical guide to weave structures for 4-shaft looms that features drafts for 600 weaves including twill, zigzag, diamond, herringbone, block drafts, and specialized techniques.
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