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Weaver’s Idea Book

Weaver’s Idea Book

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Published by Interweave
Weaver’s Idea Book: Creative Cloth on a Rigid-Heddle Loom
by Jane Patrick

Use one of the world’s simplest tools to explore the creative possibilities of cloth! The Weaver’s Idea Book presents a variety of patterns for simple rigid-heddle and harness looms, complete with sample swatches for drafts and project ideas.

Inside readers will learn:
+ Techniques including leno, Brooks bouquet, soumak, and embroidery on fabric.
+ Weaving patterns and swatches that illustrate each technique, accompanied by beautiful step-by-step photography.
+ How to create 10 attractive projects, including a felted scarf, sturdy tote, evening wrap, table mat, tunic with pattern trim, felted wrap skirt with woven-in belt loops, honeycomb pillow pair,
clasped-weft coasters, apron with paper pile, and a double weave table runner
+ Weaving tips and tricks to help weavers at all levels achieve their textile dreams.

Beginning and experienced weavers on the lookout for new weave structure patterns will be drawn to the multitude of designs in The Weaver’s Idea Book.
Weaver’s Idea Book: Creative Cloth on a Rigid-Heddle Loom
by Jane Patrick

Use one of the world’s simplest tools to explore the creative possibilities of cloth! The Weaver’s Idea Book presents a variety of patterns for simple rigid-heddle and harness looms, complete with sample swatches for drafts and project ideas.

Inside readers will learn:
+ Techniques including leno, Brooks bouquet, soumak, and embroidery on fabric.
+ Weaving patterns and swatches that illustrate each technique, accompanied by beautiful step-by-step photography.
+ How to create 10 attractive projects, including a felted scarf, sturdy tote, evening wrap, table mat, tunic with pattern trim, felted wrap skirt with woven-in belt loops, honeycomb pillow pair,
clasped-weft coasters, apron with paper pile, and a double weave table runner
+ Weaving tips and tricks to help weavers at all levels achieve their textile dreams.

Beginning and experienced weavers on the lookout for new weave structure patterns will be drawn to the multitude of designs in The Weaver’s Idea Book.

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Published by: Interweave on Jan 27, 2010
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Jane Patrick
idea
the weavers
creative cloth on a rigid-heddle loom
 
contents
Everything Aut Pain Weave
Balanced weavesSpaced warpsFelted abricsStripesPlaidsTextured yarns
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projects 
Felted Scarf Rag ThreesomePulled-warps Scarf 
Expring Finger-Cntred Weaves
Picked-up loopsDanish medallionsBrooks bouquetLenoSpanish lace
= 
projects 
 Linen PlacematLeno Shrug
The Pwer  the Pic-Up Stic
How to use a pick-up stick or wet foatsHow to use a pick-up stick or warp foatsHow to use a pick-up stick or wet and warp foatsPick-up patterns, including drats
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projects 
 TunicPinstriped SkirtHoneycomb Pillow PairPurple and Green Funky Felted Pillow
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Warp- and Wet-Faced Farics:Nw Yu See It, Nw Yu Dn’t
weft
-
faced
 
weaves
Wet-aced color-and-weaveCut pile, the Ghiordes knotPicked-up loops pileSoumakKrokbragdClasped-wet
= 
project 
 Summertime Coasters
warp
-
faced
 
weaves
Warp-emphasis abricsWarp-aced bandsPick-up on warp-aced bands
Tw-Hedde Weaving:It’s Easier than Yu Thin
two
-
heddle
 
basics
How to thread and use two heddlesTwo-heddle patternsTwo heddles and pick-up stick
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project 
 City Girl/Country Girl Apron
doubleweave
How to thread or doubleweaveDoubleweave theory and samplerDoubleweave ideas
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project 
 Doubleweave Table Runner
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