In stressful times, what could be more calming than weaving these towels in peaceful periwinkle and soft shades of blue and green? These instructions include a one-shuttle Turned Taquete (aka Jin) 4-shaft draft to help you make 4 towels to match your moods.
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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
Here are the instructions to make four sizzling hot pads using 3/2 mercerized cotton yarn. The instructions show you how to make a set of four hot pads or trivets that simply glows with color. Warm up your kitchen with some sizzle! All on a 4-shaft loom! Designed by Master Weaver Deanna Deeds.
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Here are the instructions to make Warm and Woolly Shawlettes using GreenLine wool yarn. The instructions show you how to weave these charming Shawlettes to keep the chill off and to brighten up your day. They have a buttonhole that you create while you are weaving the shawlette. You can choose the pattern for 1 shawlette woven on a rigid heddle loom, or two shawlettes woven on either a rigid heddle or shaft loom. You can weave these cozy neck warmers on your Loom in a weekend.
Listen to the Loon! Difficulty level is Beginner (One fish). This project is designed for use on either rigid heddle loom or shaft looms.READ MORE