Handwoven, March/April 1999 Digital Edition
Now available for individual download!
Meet Rebecca Bluestone, a contemporary tapestry artist inspired by the Southwest. Rachel Brown dedicated forty years to reviving Southwestern weaving. Discover Tierra Wools, a weaving cooperative in northern New Mexico. Learn to weave the Navajo way. Kathleen Moore Farling uses towels as gamps and got eight treadlings on one warp. Get some easy weaving projects, like a kitchen towel and placemat set, lace Bronson tea towels, and toddler dresses. Discover Maj-Britt Cawthon's one-of-a-kind wearables that use warp painting, discharging, and printing. Make pieced clothing with leftover scraps from handwoven garments. Check out the silk scarf in double-faced twill Sharon Alderman designed from a glossy spun-silk thread and the FoxFibre nightgown Marina O'Connor designed from naturally colored cotton yarns.
In every issue, you will be amazed at the amount of information packed into these pages:
- Be inspired by weavers from all over the world. In each issue, you'll meet weavers with unique stories to tell and special projects to share.
- Explore weaving techniques new and old. Get an up-close look at all of the projects.
- Test your weaving skills with projects that use doubleweave, twill, shadow weave, lace weaves, and many more.
- And so much more!
This issue was scanned from an original print issue.