Inventive Weaving on a Little Loom by Syne Mitchell covers everything rigid-heddle weavers need to know about the craft, from the basics — how to select a loom, set it up, and get started — to a wide variety of fun techniques that yield beautiful results.READ 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
Woven Scarves offers a collection of twenty-six scarves and variations that range in complexity from refreshingly simple to outright challenging. Most importantly, all the scarves are worked on a rigid heddle loom.
An Illustrated Guide to Interlinking, Interlacing and Intertwining.
The companion volume to Fingerweaving Untangled, Sprang Unsprung by Carol James introduces her readers to to the ancient art of free-end interlinking (“unsprung”) and the classic sprang techniques of weaving including interlacing and intertwining.
As flexible as knitting and much quicker, let Sprang be your next yarn challenge!
Sprang is one of the oldest textile techniques. Unlike in weaving, no weft is used. The warps themselves are used for the interlacement! In fact, it is classified as braiding, but still gives wonderfully wide and stretchy cloth – ideal for use in comfortable clothing that allows free motion.READ MORE
Weaving for Beginners, An Illustrated Guide Second Edition is the “Go-to” guide for beginning weavers!
If you’re a beginning weaver, this step by step guide is a must have!
Hardcover and SIGNED by author Peggy Osterkamp