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Handwoven 2013 Collection

Discover all five issues of Handwoven magazine, exactly as they were printed in 2013, featuring articles on how to weave twill, as well as add color to your weave and more!

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2013:Learn all about the diverse properties and weaving possibilities of “varietal” wools such as Jacob, Columbia, and Karakul. Also included are projects made from wool blends suitable for any season including Sarah H. Jackson’s elegant Illusions Vest and Kate Lange-McKibben’s huck lace Serenity Shawls.

MARCH/APRIL 2013: Explore Sámi band weaving in Scandanavia and learn all about the new tradition of SAORI weaving in America. This issue features projects inspired by a wide variety of global textile traditions including a kente cloth scarf by Suzanne Halvorson, a doubleweave pick-up runner based on a piece of Andean scaffold weaving by Jennifer Moore, and a Telemarksteppe wall hanging or runner by Laura Demuth.

MAY/JUNE 2013: Start playing with color with this issue of Handwoven. Learn all about tints, tones, and shades, discover how to dye knitted blanks to create unique variegated yarns to use in your weaving, and explore some novel ideas for colorplay from inkle weaving to shaft switching. You will have fun weaving scarves, towels, pillows, and more in fun, bright, invigorating colorways.

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2013: Check out the third annual garment issue of Handwoven. It is brimming with great weaving tips and techniques for handwoven clothing and accessories. Learn about handwoven garment design from Susan Neal, Marlene Lloyd, and Helen McKee plus learn about folk costumes from Eighteenth-century Normandy. Plus, test your weaving skills with 14 weaving projects for handwoven clothing and accessories!

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2013: This issue of Handwoven is devoted to one of the most versatile and move loved of all the weave structures: twill. This issue features a wide-variety of twills from elegantly simple 4-shaft twills to more complex undulating and network twills. There’s even advice on how to weave twill patterns and cloth with twill properties on a rigid-heddle loom.

As with all our Handwoven Collections, you get weaving inspiration at your fingertips. 

You can get this Collection as either a CD or Download. Just look at the advantages:

  • Browse each issue quickly with a time-saving electronic index.
  • Search keywords such as master weavers, weaving techniques, products or equipment.
  • These Collections take up less space than print issues and won’t wear or tear.
  • Save money when you get a whole collection of Handwoven than if you got the print issues individually.

Order or Download the Handwoven 2013 Collection today!

Author/Designer: Handwoven Editors