Cover image for Handwoven's design collection 20 : weekend weaving projects
Title:
Handwoven's design collection 20 : weekend weaving projects
Author:
Van der Hoogt, Madelyn.
Publication Information:
Loveland, Colo. : Interweave Press, [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
32 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm.
General Note:
Cover title.
Language:
English
Added Uniform Title:
Handwoven.
ISBN:
9781931499286
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

The 15 quick projects in this stunning collection can be begun and completed in a weekend. Weavers will find a wealth of design ideas that can be fit into busy schedules and will learn the tricks of designing simply, from totes to tablecloths. Each project includes the weave structure featured, equipment needed, the amount and type of yarn or thread, notions, warp order and length, warp and weft spacing, and notes on take-up and shrinkage. Each project concludes with details about the best way to finish the project, including edges, and washing instructions.


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Library Journal Review

As hand weaving is enjoying something of a resurgence, public libraries may want to consider Handwoven magazine's "Design Collection," an inexpensive series of weaving project books. The 14 designs here are simple enough to complete in a single weekend, although there is no reason they can't be undertaken at a more leisurely pace. Designers include such well-known weavers as Anita Luvera Mayer, Karen Selk, Jane Patrick, and Anne Field. While most of the projects require a four-shaft loom, six may be worked with two-shaft or rigid heddle looms, and all but one are designed for narrow looms with up to 26 inches of weaving width. Experienced as well as beginning weavers will enjoy many of these projects, which range from an album cover to decorative camera straps and even a blouse. Instructions are presented in the easy-to-understand Handwoven format, with full-color photographs of each design. An excellent value for public libraries where demand warrants. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


Table of Contents

Karen SelkTakako UekiCatharine EllisDoramay KeasbeyErica de RuiterJane PatrickAnita Luvera MayerHeather WinslowHolly BrackmannLeslie VoiersLiz GipsonSheila O'HaraAnne FieldNancy Harvey
Keepsake Silk Album Coverp. 2
A Stepping-Out Scarfp. 4
Botanical Bookmarksp. 6
Spot-Weave Summer Towelsp. 8
Decorative Strap for Camera, Guitar or?p. 10
Patio Coastersp. 12
A Weaver's Bag in Raanup. 14
Red Tulips Blousep. 16
A Go-Anywhere Bag in Warp Repp. 18
Log Cabin Lap Robep. 20
Raffia Totep. 22
Block Party Tea Towelp. 24
Boucle Cocoonp. 26
Tapestry Saddlebags for Your Loomp. 28
From Start to Finishp. 32