Handwoven 1998 Collection Download
Explore color and texture in plain weave with this issue devoted to the most basic--and versatile--of weave structures. Projects include towels, scarves, and shirts. Also included is an article on using mathematical formulas to draft perfectly proportioned designs.
This spring issue has projects for all seasons with both cool weather scarves and warm weather beach accessories. This issue also includes a section on weaving for a new home and ideas for using space dyed yarns.
Multishaft weaving is the focus of this issued dedicated to 8-shaft looms and beyond. Learn how to weave damask on a drawloom, polychrome summer and winter, and more. Projects include scarves, placemats, and towels. Meet innovative Southwestern tapestry weavers, and get ideas for mounting your own small tapestries.
Learn how to design your own shimmering shadow weave draft in this issue dedicated to color and weave. Projects include towels, placemats, and waistcoats. Also included is a section devoted to turned drafts.
Express your faith with fabric using this issue dedicated to liturgical weaving. Projects include tallits, stoles, and dress fabric. Also in this issue, explore ideas for using contrasting sizes of threads to create textural interest.
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