Handwoven Presents: Weaving for Babies Pattern Pack Download
Handwoven Presents: Weaving for Babies Pattern Pack
Create fabulous baby wraps and blankets for the little ones in your life with 5 weaving projects! With 4 and 8-shaft loom projects utilizing waffle weave, huck lace, rosepath, shadow weave and plain weave, you'll be able to create these beautiful and practical projects for you and your loved ones!
Included in this pattern pack:
Sweet Honey in a Waffle Baby Blanket Pattern By Suzie Liles
This 8-shaft baby blanket uses a waffle weave called Brighton honeycomb, in which the three-dimensional depressions don't line up like a waffle but are offset from each other, more like the cells in a real honeycomb to create unique and beautiful cloth.
Rosepath for Baby Wrap Pattern By Susan E. Horton
Many handwoven wraps are woven of 8/2 cotton in plain weave with warp stripes, but Susan Horton wove this wrap for a client who requested a plaid twill design in black, gray, and white plaid. Woven in 10/2 cotton, this baby wrap is sturdy, beautiful, and can be woven on just four shafts.
Huck and Snuggle Baby Blanket Pattern By Kate Lange-Mckibbon
While warping and weaving with this yarn requires some special handling and a healthy dose of patience, the end result is worth the effort. The 4-shaft blanket is pretty, soft, and washable, and the nylon in the sock yarn means it will stand up to daily use.
Baby Wrap to Fit a Man's Wardrobe Pattern By Carl Friedlander
When Carl became a grandfather for the first time he wove a baby wrap carrier, based on his daughter-in-law's color selections, using plain weave. While the bright colors and pattern suited her perfectly, Carl soon decided to weave an 8-shaft baby wrap carrier for himself, but with a more masculine appearance.
Color Blocks for Baby Blanket Pattern By Terry Newhouse Flynn
This 4-shaft project in shadow weave will yield a soft and colorful baby blankets each measuring 30½" x 40".