Step into the colors of the Seasons! By weaving on a natural white warp made from our American Maid™ unmercerized Cotton yarns, you can create 4 distinctly different colored towels. The weft yarn is 8/2 unmercerized cotton yarn from Maurice Brassard. The instructions include 4 different treadlings using the same draft, so no need to rethread to create entirely different towels. These towels will bring a riot of color to your kitchen or bath! 4 and 8-shaft instructions. 4 different 8-shaft treadlings, 1 4-shaft treadling.
Designed by Master Weaver Mary Berent.READ MORE
4-shaft Waffle weave makes thick and absorbent washcloths. Her granddaughter’s first apartment with its beautiful gray colors inspired Lois to weave these coordinating washcloths. We hope they brighten up your home too!
Woven with 8/2 unmercerized cotton yarn. Designed by Lois Scarborough.READ MORE
These 3 thick and thirsty waffle weave towels are a wonderful kitchen or bath coordinate. Her granddaughter’s first apartment with its beautiful gray interior design inspired Lois to weave these towels to celebrate putting down roots in a new community. Included are her guidelines to help make your weaving a success. Woven with 8/2 unmercerized cotton yarn. Designed by Lois Scarborough.READ MORE
8/2 Unmercerized Cotton Variegated yarn from Maurice Brassard!
And the best part? All these AMAZING colors are available on 1.5 oz, 4 oz and 8 oz cones! (Approximately 320 yards on a 1.5 oz mini cone, 840 on a 4 oz cone, or 1680 yards on an 8 oz cone.)
Use by themselves or pair them with a solid color to make a stunning towel, scarf or blanket. See the solid colors available here.READ MORE
8/2 Unmercerized yarns weave into lovely hand and dishtowels, soft and cozy blankets for your new nephew or niece, or many other soft and absorbent uses. All colors are available on 8 oz tubes and 1.5 oz mini cones, approximately 3,360 yards per pound (1680 yards on an 8 oz tube, and approximately 320 yards on a 1.5 oz mini cone). Sett these yarns at 16 epi for lace weaves, 18-20 for plain weave, and 20-24 for twill weave structures. You can also weave with these yarns on your rigid heddle loom by doubling the yarn and using a 10 dent reed.