Handwoven, May/June 1990 Digital Edition
The May/June 1990 issue features weaving in the United States between 1920 and 1960. Including weaver profiles, interviews, and notes about this period of weaving revival, discover a hidden past that ultimately contributes to the hard-working, industrial nation.
Plus, weave projects inspired by different eras included in this historical issue.
- Modified Atwater runner
- Wollen Throw based on a blanket woven by Amanda Bourque
- Liebes-inspired scarf
- Blouse with earth and sky motif
- Scandinavian-influenced upholstery fabric
- Bauhaus-inspired jacket
- A 1950s casement cloth
- "Missouri Trouble" table runner
- Black, white, and red shawl
- Lily's lilies
- Knitting bag
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.
- Explore a variety of weaving techniques. Get an up-close look at new skills and brush up on old techniques with articles written by professional weavers.
- Test your weaving skills with projects to wear and display in the home.
- And so much more!
This issue was scanned from an original print issue.