Full Spectrum Instructions


Here are the instructions to weave the Full Spectrum Shawl or Runners designed by Jennifer Moore.  With these instructions, you can weave two projects in the full 20-color Tubular Spectrum™ with one warp on your 8-shaft loom. The first project is woven in warp-faced twill blocks with a 20-color rotation warp using the 10/2 Tubular Spectrum™ and black weft. Then by changing the tie-up, the second project becomes a two-block doubleweave with a 20-color rotation in both the warp and the wefts.  With these instructions you can make the two projects into either shawls or table runners.  Choose what fits your lifestyle!

Listen to the Loon! Difficulty level is Intermediate to Advanced (Two fish). You will need an Eight harness loom to weave this project.


Project Description: 

  • 2 fully colored projects (approximately 18” x 72” (either hemmed or with fringe))
  • Twill Blocks and Doubleweave
  • 8-harness
  • 20” wide in reed
  • 40 epi
  • 18 PPI for the warp-faced shawl, about 28 PPI for the double-weave shawl

Equipment and Yarn Needed:

Our Master Weaver Series highlight the inspiring talents of Master Weavers.  We have worked with these amazing hand-crafters to bring you stunning kits made from high quality yarns.

Jennifer Moore designed this kit for the Master Weaver’s Series.  Jennifer holds an MFA in Fibers and specializes in exploring mathematical patterns and musical structures in doubleweave wall hangings. She has exhibited throughout the world, receiving numerous awards for her work, and has been featured in many weaving publications. Jennifer lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and travels extensively to teach workshops in doubleweave, color and geometric design. Jennifer was invited to teach doubleweave to indigenous Quechua weavers in Peru in 2013, where they are once again excelling in this technique which had been discontinued after the Spanish conquest. She is the author of The Weaver’s Studio: Doubleweave, several doubleweave videos and online courses, and numerous articles.

For more information on how to care for these yarns, please go to: YARN CARE


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