Handwoven, May/June 1992 Digital Edition
The May/June 1992 issue of Handwoven magazine has all you need for the novice and experienced double weaving weaver.
Double your weaving fun in this special themed May/June 1992 issue of Handwoven Magazine
Whether you want to weave double-sided, double-width, or tubular fabric this issue has you covered. Projects include a tablecloth that can be woven on a 26-inch wide loom, a grocery bag, and a lace double weave runner that can be woven on a rigid-heddle loom.
The feature articles of this issue will introduce you to weaving legends and new patterns:
- Be introduced to Carol Strickler, Handwoven’s technical editor in 1992.
- Learn the basics of how to double weave on four shafts and eight shafts, and rigid heddle loom.
- Uncover the mysteries of the double-weave tie-ups.
- Use pick-up techniques to create patterns while securing together two layers of double-weave cloth in double weave quilting on a four-shaft.
- Get hints on how to adjust your tie-up for maximum treading ease.
- Discover some of the endless design possibilities with double-weave blocks.
- Weave traditional overshot patterns in double weave to eliminate long weft floats.
Test your new double weaving skills with 14 included patterns!
- Fabrics for Interiors #19 by Constance Lalena
- Double-weave sewing caddy and needlecase by Jean Scorgie
- Ocean blue double-weave tablecloth by Barbara Smith Eychaner
- Ribbed double-weave Hot Mats by Carol Strickler
- Double-weave tea cozy by Sharon Alderman
- Nine-patch double weave table runner by Jean Scorgie
- Double-weave grocery bags Louise Bradly
- Ugly Ursula doll by Yvonne Stahl
- City check double-weave runner by Sandra Leinweber
- Quilted double-weave jacket by Jean Scorgie
- Double-weave parka by Kathryn Wertenberger
- Chariot wheels placemat and runner by Judy Steinkoenig
- Lace double-weave runner by Betty Davenport
- Flower series book marks by Carol Isleib
Get your copy of the May/June 1992 Handwoven Magazine and double weave away!