Best of Handwoven: Yarn Series--A Dozen Projects in 10/2 Cotton eBook
Use your stash with the new Yarn Series project eBooks. The very first installment offers techniques and projects for 10/2 cotton, one of the most versatile and durable yarns available for weavers. This yarn is a basic staple on most weavers' shelves making it the perfect go-to resource for weaving projects. It is the most frequently used because it is strong, relatively fine, inert (not twisty), inelastic (does not stretch), and smooth. Pearl cotton is an excellent choice for new weavers.
While cotton is somewhat thought of for use in table linens and similar household accessories, the fineness of 10/2 cotton makes it perfect for woven scarves and shawls as well. Create tablecloths, towels, curtains, bags, and scarves in this fine cotton all with the help of the Best of Handwoven: Yarn Series, A Dozen Projects in 10/2 Cotton eBook!
- Tablecloth in M’s and O’s by Margaret Gaynes [4-6 shafts]
- Turned Taqueté Towels by Betsy Blumenthal [4 shafts]
- Dornick-Twill Towels by Mary Frost [4-8 shafts]
- A Tablecloth for Sunday Tea by Everett Gilmore [4-8 shafts]
- Swedish-Lace Curtain by Sigrid Piroch [4 shafts]
- Summer Rose Mat in Leno by Suzanne DeAtley [4 shafts]
- Patterned Doubleweave Mat by Alison Irwin [4 shafts]
- The Ultimate Brown Bag by Barbara Smith Eychaner [4 shafts]
- Advancing-Twill Runner by Madelyn van der Hoogt [4-8 shafts]
- Twill Towels on Four Shafts by Alice Schlein [4 shafts]
- Twill Towels on Eight Shafts by Alice Schlein [8 shafts]
- Color Horoscope Scarf by Bonnie Tarses [2-4 shafts]