Handwoven, May/June 1999 Digital Edition
Now available for individual download!
Learn how to make kumihimo braids the easy way with a circle of cardboard and some yarn. Design your own kumihimo patterns. Get letters from your inkle loom and weave your thoughts. See what happens when first-grade students weave their recycled t-shirts into chenille for a rug. Make impressive hangings using Andean techniques. Play with ripsmatta (a plain-weave derivative) rugs using patterns from Elizabeth Wiley and Nicky Schonkala. Use boundweave motifs for unique greeting cards. Explore huck lace borders for a variety of projects by Kathleen Moore Farling, Catherine Leary, and Linda Ligon. Admire the beautiful floats of satins and sateens, both of which take a minimum of five shafts to weave.
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.