Tubular Spectrum Comes to Dinner Instructions

$5.00

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.

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Project Description:

  • 28 epi, 28ppi
  • 7.5 yards warp length
  • 20” (17.4” for 4 shaft)  wide in the reed
  • 8 Dinner Napkins.  Approximately 18” square (8-shaft) and 15.5” square (4-shaft)
  • Weaving these napkins uses all the 10/2 Tubular Spectrum yarn and allows for very little waste.

Equipment Needed:

  • 4 or 8 shaft Loom with at least 20” (17.4” for 4 shaft) weaving width
  • 12 dent reed
  • Shuttle and lots-o-bobbins (20 are ideal)

Yarn Needed:

    • 1- 1.5 oz cone 10/2 Tubular Spectrum unmercerized cotton yarn each: 10 Yellow, 5 Yellow, 10 Yellow Red, 5 Yellow Red, 10 Red, 5 Red, 10 Red Purple, 5 Red Purple, 10 Purple, 5 Purple, 10 Purple Blue, 5 Purple Blue, 10 Blue, 5 Blue, 10 Blue Green, 5 Blue Green, 10 Green, 5 Green, 10 Green Yellow, 5 Green Yellow

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