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Handwoven, September/October 2014 Digital Edition

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This issue of Handwoven celebrates weaving for the home. Our annual Weaving Challenge for 2014 was dedicated to home décor weaving, and the winners were found in categories for best table linen, best bath item, best home décor item, and best use of knitting yarns. Not only will you get to see all the great winners in this issue, but you will also get the instructions to recreate these wonderful projects.

You will also get great insight and instruction into weaving for the home. Professional designer and weaver Kelly Marshall will give you designer home décor secrets for brightening up your home. Amanda Cutler will teach you how to make light weight fabrics for curtains. Charlene Schurch and Lea Vennix will take you into a world of household textiles, color, and block weaves.

Plus, enter into the dyeing traditions of the Achi women of San Rafael with Deborah Chandler.

There’s so much to explore in this issue of Handwoven!

Projects include:

  • Bright Herringbone Twill Towels by Linda Gettmann
  • Stripes and Blocks Kitchen Towels by Susan E. Horton
  • Cornucopia Placemats and Napkins by Anita Thompson
  • Fall Fiesta Placemats by Catherine Alter
  • Butterflies in Clover Table Runner by Lee Ann Wille
  • Perfect Marriage T-Shirt Rug by Amanda Robinette
  • and many more!

"I hope these projects inspire you to grace your own home with handwoven touches that will brighten your life and perhaps be handed down and treasured by future generations."

-Anita Osterhaug, Editor

Order or instantly download your copy of Handwoven Sept/Oct. 2014 today!

"Cornucopia Placemats and Napkins" by Anita Thompson, "Friendship Towels with Tintes Naturales" by Sarah H. Jackson, "Butterflies in Clover Table Runner" by Lee Ann Wille, "Don't Get Bored Towels" by Karen Tenney, "Fall Fiesta Placemats" by Catherine Alter, "Color Combo Quilted Tea Cozy" by Dorothy Solbrig.

Author/Designer: Handwoven Editors