Handwoven, September/October 2015 Digital Edition
Express yourself with handwoven home décor that can be
passed down from generation to generation!
If you're looking to spruce up your home before the holidays, this issue of Handwoven is the perfect resource to help you find weaving inspiration and bright design ideas for your living space. Home décor is the ultimate expression of who you are or wish to be – an opportunity to express your personal style and surround yourself with attractive and comfortable home furnishings designed to bring out the best in your environment. What's even better is when the elements that make your house a home are created and designed uniquely by you.
This issue celebrates handweaving in the home by featuring the everyday heirlooms designed by some of our favorite weavers! This includes some handsome, hardworking towels by Sharon Campbell, Mette Frokjaer, and Jenny Sennott, a pair or decorous and cozy throws by Robin Lynde, a Taos blanket made with native Churro wool, and a bright dukagang T-shirt rug that makes an ecological statement while brightening a room.
In addition to 11 exquisite home weaving projects, Tom Knisely offers terrific housekeeping tips for your yarn, tapestry artist Nancy Harvey shares how she designed a houseful of handwoven textiles, and Jennifer Moore explains how she wove a triple-width tablecloth using doubleweave techniques! The possibilities are endless when it comes to woven home décor. Transform your house into a home with Handwoven September/October 2015!
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