Convert old material into cute creations and weave in natural colors with Handwoven September/October 1991. Bust your stash with projects designed to use up thrums, rags, and odd-colored yarns. Plus, Learn how to overdye old yarns to make them look new and how to use discharge dyeing to get the effect of ikat.
Save your leftover yarn from the waste bin with 16 inspiring weaving projects:
- Swatch Collection #24
- Third-Time-Around Jacket
- Simple Rag Mats
- Little Girl's Ensemble
- Luxurius Leftovers Scarf
- Thrum Potholders
- Twill Overdye Blanket
- Mapkins with Resist Stripes
- Natural Brown Cotton Bread Cloth
- Natural Brown Cotton Placemates
- Window Hanging
- Fair Isle Vests
- "Duk I Daldrall" Tablecloth
- Tiny Purse
- Sensational Scarves Weaving Contest Drafts
In every issue, you will be amazed at the amount of information packed into these pages:
- Be inspired by spinners from all over the world. In each issue, you’ll meet spinners with unique stories to tell.
- Explore a variety of spinning techniques. Get an up-close look at piles of gorgeous handspun yarns and learn how to make them for yourself.
- Test your spinning skills with projects that use your handspun yarns.
- And so much more!
This issue was scanned from an original print issue.