Handwoven, May/June 1993 Digital Edition
The May/June 1993 Handwoven magazine is for the individual interested in all things cotton from cotton history to cotton weaving projects.
All about color in the March/April 1993 issue of Handwoven Magazine!
Learn all about the history and versatility of cotton with this issue devoted to this fabulous fiber. Projects include an imitation ikat vest, a colorful overshot baby blanket, and a slit-tapestry belt. Also featured is an article by Betty Davenport on adapting Handwoven projects so they can be woven on a rigid-heddle loom.
The feature articles of this issue will open your eyes to the diverse world of cotton:
- Learn about the prehistoric cotton in the American Southwest spanning hundreds of years.
- Improve your technique with a step-by-step instruction for designing color-and-weave-effect cloth.
- Discover Handweaving in the Industrial Age (1865-1920) and the industry’s importance for many.
- Explore the enduring properties of cotton in The Nature of Cotton.
- Receive tips from a veteran cotton spinner.
Plus enjoy 16 cotton projects!
- Summer Stole by Margaret Gaynes
- Verde Valley Belt by Donna Muller
- Double Weave Jacket by Sallie Guy
- Shirts for Mother and Child by Louise Sierau
- Cotton Novelty Ensemble by Mary Berent
- Imitation Ikat Vest by Barbara Smith Eychaner
- Textured Placemats and Napkins by Barbara Smith Eychaner
- Rainbow Jacket by Judith Yamamoto
- Spring Flowers Rag Mats by Johanna Erickson
- Summer Top in M’s & O’s by Joy Morgan
- Handspun Scarf with Leno by Stephenie Gaustad
- Naturally Colored Cotton Ensemble by Betty Linn Davenport
- Rosebud Baby Blanket by Yvonne Stahl
- Color Blanket for a Baby by Lynne Greaves
- Batch of Baby Bibs by Marina O’Connor
- Fabrics for Interiors #21 by Constance LaLena
Get your copy of the May/June 1993 Handwoven Magazine and discover cotton!