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© Interweave Press LLC. Not to be reprinted. All rights reserved.
W
ith the key to block weaves in your hand, you can enter the Palace of OriginalDesign. Without that key, you can only look in its windows. This eBook is yourgolden key. You’ll learn how to create your own block prole drafts and howto interpret them in different weave structures, from summer and winter to taqueté towarp rep to doubleweave. The projects in this book will help you understand thetheory as well as satisfy your weaver’s soul by creating spectacular fabric. This eBookis also twice the size of our Top Ten eBooks,
and 
it features a bonus project neverpublished before: the placemats you see on the cover.
Understanding Blocks
Madelyn van der Hoogt ..........................................................................
1Rotating Blocks for Dynamic Design
Doramay Keasbey .................................................................................
5Creating Block Designs for Summer and Winter
Carol Strickler ......................................................................................
9Use One Profile Threading for Many Designs
Virginial West ....................................................................................
11Designing and Drafting Summer and Winter
Debbie Allen ......................................................................................
13Summer and Winter Poppana Table Mat
Janice Jones ......................................................................................
15Playing with Blocks: Three Unit Weaves
DeeDee Woodbury ...............................................................................
17Reducing Block Designs to Fit Your Loom
Vicki Tardy ........................................................................................
21Breaking the Block: Designing with Half Units
Jean Scorgie ......................................................................................
24From Rosepath Twills to Block Designs
Beverly Savel .....................................................................................
25Four-Block, Four-Shaft Doubleweave Placemats
Doramay Keasbey ...............................................................................
29Four-Block, Four-Shaft Doubleweave Throw
Louise Cortelyou .................................................................................
33Designing with Blocks in Warp Rep
Rosalie Neilson...................................................................................
35Ripsmatta Table Runner on Four Shafts
Jean Scorgie ......................................................................................
41Turned Taqueté for Towels on Four Shafts
Betsy Blumenthal ................................................................................
43Taqueté Rugs on Four or Eight Shafts
Michael F. Rohde .................................................................................
45Weft-Faced Block-Weave Rug on Four Shafts
Jean Scorgie and Janice Jones ...............................................................
49Tips for Planning, Hemstitching, and Finishing
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52
C O N T E N T S
E D I T O R I A L
EDITOR IN CHIEF
 
Madelyn van der Hoogt
CREATIVE DIRECTOR
Linda Ligon
C R E AT I V E S E R V I C E S
DESIGNER
 
Elizabeth R. Mrofka
PRODUCTION DIRECTOR
 
 Trish Faubion
PRODUCTION COORDINATOR
Je Rowles
PRODUCTION EDITOR
 
Nancy Arndt
P U B L I S H I N G
PUBLISHER
John P. Bolton
MARKETING MANAGER
 
Alexandra Latimer
All contents of this issue of 
Handwoven
are copyrightedby Interweave Press LLC, 2011. All rights reserved.Projects and information are for inspiration andpersonal use only. Reproduction in whole or in part isprohibited, except by permission of the publisher.
C O N TA C T U S
For sales information,call (800) 272-2193,e-mail sales@interweave.com.For editorial inquiries,call (970) 613-4629,e-mail handwoven@interweave.com.Visit the Interweave website atinterweave.comDesigning and Weaving with BlocksISBN 978-1-59668-605-2
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