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
Taking our inspiration from our favorite artists (Piet Mondrian, Claude Monet, Pierre-August Renoir and Ansel Adams) we designed this fun project for 4 generous, towels with 3 colors of Tubular Spectrum ™ yarn. And you can choose your favorite colorway.
Woven in 2 blocks of broken twill to create a visually complex towel that is fun and easy to weave. Finished towels are approximately 16″ x 28″. This is an 8-shaft pattern.
These Hopscotch Table Runners are the first runners in our Master Weaver Series. Designed by Master Weaver, Deb Essen, these runners use 4 colors of Tubular Spectrum™ to make table runners reminiscent of hopscotch pattern and spring flowers in front of Deb’s Grandmother’s house. The summer and winter pattern has a different look on the front and back. It’s a fun, quick project to warp up and weave.
Listen to the Loon! Difficulty level is Intermediate to Advanced (Two fish). This is an Eight harness kit (6 are needed).READ MORE
Get ready for your next picnic with this stylish picnic cloth. Enough yarn to weave 2 squares (approximately 32″ x 32″ finished) or one large rectangular cloth. This cloth will brighten up any picnic.
Listen to the Loon! Difficulty level for this kit is Intermediate to Advanced (Two fish). This is an Eight harness kit.READ MORE