These instructions are for 2 thick and thirsty bath towels (finished size approximately 31” x 64”). Woven with soft 8/2 unmercerized cotton yarn, and a 4 or 8-shaft waffle weave structure, these towels have a delicious softness. Treat yourself or your loved ones to some new towels.READ MORE
Weave a set of 4 placemats and 4 napkins and a dishtowel with one loom setup! Weave the napkins and towels in plain weave, twill, or block weaves and then resley your loom for the rep weave placemats. We got our inspiration for the rep mats from Joanne Tallarovic’s wonderful book: Rep Weave and Beyond. Interweave Press, 2004READ MORE
Instructions to make 4 beautiful and functional dishtowels. Finished towels are approximately 17” x 28”. The towels are threaded in a 4-harness rosepath threading, and can be woven in rosepath, twill or plain weave with a white solid weft for striped towels or with the Tubular Spectrum™ colors woven approximately as drawn in for beautiful plaid towels.READ MORE
A collection of 8 napkins, woven in 20 colors
Not only do you get to see how the 20 Tubular Spectrum™ colors interact with each other in a color gamp, but you also get to see how very different the colors look with a multitude of woven structures. You warp your loom once, and then by changing the treadling, you can have 8 radically different, yet related napkins.READ MORE
Dreams of warm sand beaches and cool lagoons will fill your head as you weave and wear these lightweight, naturally colored scarves. These scarves are soft and subtly colored and with just the right amount of drape. Two colors of our own American Maid™ Naturally Colored Cotton and natural white yarn are perfect to make a sophisticated scarf.READ MORE
This delightful book by Rowena Hart is a great guide for brand new and experienced rigid heddle weavers alike. New weavers will be amazed at how quick and easy it is to create using a rigid heddle loom, and experienced weavers will enjoy finding new directions. Instructions are given specifically for Ashford Knitters loom and SampleIt looms, but will work with any rigid heddle loom.READ MORE
Want to understand more about color and how various colors work together in your woven fabrics? A fabulous place to start is to create a gamp: a valuable and beautiful tool to help you create your future projects. These instructions show you how to weave a 20 color gamp from our own Tubular Spectrum™ Mercerized Cotton Yarns.READ MORE
Explore the Theo Moorman weaving techniques with an eye to handwoven clothing. This book was written by both Nadine Sanders and Joyce Harter and shows the synergy between the two authors. Nadine is responsible for the teaching of the technique and Joyce for the weaving of the samples. A beautiful friendship.READ MORE
These 4 towels are soft and absorbent! Just what the Handmaiden ordered. Three shades of our own American Maid™ Naturally Colored Cotton combine in an 8-harness weave with 2 twill-blocks to make a sophisticated towel that is fun and easy to weave. The Dark Brown and Light Brown yarns will darken overtime instead of the usual fading. How wonderful is that? These yarns are beautiful together and we hope these lovely towels are as fun to weave as they are to use.
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Join us for a stroll along the beach and enjoy the colorful waves in these Seaside towels! We have used the wonderful color palette of the Maurice Brassard unmercerized cotton yarns to dream up the seaside colorways for these soft towels.
RIGID HEDDLE KIT: Instructions to make two plaid towels using a rigid heddle loom: one woven in plain weave, and one woven in a soft pickup pattern. The finished sizes of the towels are approximately 12.5” x 20”.
4 SHAFT KIT: Instructions to make 4 delightful plaid towels: two woven in plain weave, and two woven in rosepath pattern. Includes 4 shaft instructions. The finished sizes of the towels are approximately 18” x 26”.
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Joan Ruane is an amazing teacher, and she can teach you how easy it is to spin cotton. Really. She travels around the country teaching how easy and fun it is to spin this wonderful fiber. These DVDs are available for spinners to learn at home just how easy it is to spin cotton. Great for Guild Libraries too! […]READ MORE