Peggy Osterkamp’s Weaving Tips: Hemstitching: A technique to prevent your first and last wefts from unraveling

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Lease Sticks Press #ad - In addition, this expanded book shows 15 more illustrations of decorative variations. It's a "stitch" done with a needle that protects the wefts at the ends of the cloth. In this book the process is shown step-by-step with 9 illustrations. It can be done when the cloth is off the loom, but it is much faster to do it when the cloth is on the loom and under tension.

Hemstitching is a way to begin and end weaving on the loom without having to sew a hem or knot a fringe later, after the cloth has been taken off. Hemstitching is a fast way to begin and end samples so you don't have to machine stitch the edges after the cloth is off the loom to keep the wefts from unraveling before finishing.

Peggy Osterkamp's Weaving Tips: Hemstitching: A technique to prevent your first and last wefts from unraveling #ad - Learn an easy way to do hemstitching on the loom. Many weavers want to know how to make the stitches and most books show only one illustration. This is an expanded version of the most popular tip in all my decades of teaching weaving. You will need a needle with an eye big enough for your weft thread to pass through.

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Inventive Weaving on a Little Loom: Discover the Full Potential of the Rigid-Heddle Loom, for Beginners and Beyond

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Storey Publishing, LLC #ad - Everything you need to know is here, with fully illustrated step-by-step instructions to ensure success. Explore warp-face patterning, weft-pile weaving, shadow weave, weaving with fine threads, woven shibori, and the textural effects you can create with different yarns and with wire and conductive thread.

Then move on to more complex designs and irresistible projects, from pillows and curtains to bags, shawls, and even jewelry. Begin by exploring a variety of weave structures, and color play with stripes, plaids, including finger-manipulated laces, tapestry, and multicolor yarns. Rigid-heddle weaving is simple to learn, from the basics — how to select a loom, set it up, is easy to master, and offers a lifetime of possibilities to discover! Inventive Weaving on a Little Loom covers everything rigid-heddle weavers need to know about the craft, and get started — to a wide variety of fun techniques that yield beautiful results.

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The Weaver's Studio: Doubleweave

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Interweave #ad - Doubleweave blows that convention out of the water. Inside you’ll learn how to: weave a fabric twice, or four times the width of your loom - with no seam weave a fabric with intersecting layers Change the tie-up to get many structures on one warp Weave stitched, a tube within a tube And so much more! With Doubleweave, thrice, a seamless tube, and piqué fabricsMake color magic with doubleweave blocks Pick up an infinity of patterns in a variety of structures Weave pockets, you’ll learn to set up your loom efficiently, to manage your shuttles and layer changes, quilted, many seamless tubes, and to finish your work effectively.

. Master weaver jennifer moore takes a fresh and logical look at this most intriguing of weave structures while exploring its myriad possibilities. You will be a master of the magic of doubleweave. Defy your loom’s limits!the conventional use for a shaft loom is to weave one layer of flat fabric, no wider than the loom.

The Weaver's Studio: Doubleweave #ad - Best of all, you’ll learn to think in a new way about how doubleweave works on as many shafts as you have so you can apply it in fresh and creative ways.

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Handwoven Home: Weaving Techniques, Tips, and Projects for the Rigid-Heddle Loom

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Interweave #ad - Whether you're making textiles for yourself or as a gift, inside you'll find everything you need to create a woven personal touch for any room. There's no place like a handwoven home! hand towels, placemats, table runners, throws--weaving is perfectly suited to creating and customizing just about any textile for your home.

. In handwoven home, weaving expert liz gipson explains the tools and techniques you'll need to weave personalized home textiles on a rigid-heddle loom--the most popular loom on the market today. And the 20+ projects are perfectly suited to the rigid-heddle loom, each starting with a simple square or rectangle and involving little sewing, shaping or loom waste.

Handwoven Home: Weaving Techniques, Tips, and Projects for the Rigid-Heddle Loom #ad - From choosing the right yarn for your project to achieving your desired cloth type and drape, this book covers all the basics. You'll even learn how to make multiple towels at the same time, create a sturdy rug of wide fabric, and finish your projects with a polished, professional look.

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Next Steps In Weaving: What You Never Knew You Needed to Know

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Interweave #ad - There is a lot to learn about weaving! As a new weaver, you might wonder what the next steps are to grow your skills. Next steps in Weaving has the answers you're looking for. In this beautiful book by pattie graver, you'll be explore a variety of weave structures and concepts in depth and detail including twill, overshot, summer and winter, former Managing Editor of Handwoven magazine, color-and-weave, lace, and doubleweave.

This is not just a book of weaving patterns. So what are you waiting for? Take the Next Steps in Weaving! Each topic is explained and supplemented with instructions for weaving a sampler and a project in order to solidify the concepts and enable you to design your own projects. In addition, the book offers troubleshooting tips in order to expand your weaving expertise.

Next Steps In Weaving: What You Never Knew You Needed to Know #ad - Whether you're new to weaving, have the basics down, or are looking to improve your foundation skills, this book will be an asset to your weaving library.

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Handwoven Table Linens: 27 Fabulous Projects From a Master Weaver

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Stackpole Books #ad - Master weaver tom knisely presents patterns and ideas to spruce up your table with new weavesTom Knisely, author of bestseller Rag Rug Weaving and Handwoven Baby Blankets, has now turned his attention to one of the most popular categories of weaving: table linens. The techniques you learn as you work on the projects in this book are things that you can adapt and use down the road in future weaving.

Because tom is at heart a teacher, he also chose each project with the thought that it should add to your weaving repertoire in some way. Add your own dash of inspiration if you choose different colors, and make each piece your own. The 27 patterns include simple weaves worked on 2- and 4-harness looms, as well as more complex weaves requiring more harnesses.

Handwoven Table Linens: 27 Fabulous Projects From a Master Weaver #ad - . For each pattern, he outlines the materials you need, how to set up your loom, and the pattern to weave. Placemats, runners, tablecloths, and napkins play a central role in creating the look of a dining room or kitchen table, and this book gives you the tools needed to realize your vision for these special items.

Tom has found inspiration from things as varied as china patterns, a classic Spode Christmas tree, Wheel of Fortune, and traditional weaving patterns such as Shadow Weave, and Star of Bethlehem.

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Weaving for the Soul: Looms frames

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Viviana Valiente #ad - It will open the door to a whole new world full of ideas and creativity. As a child, her mother taught her to crochet. You will find suggestions on finishing techniques and ideas on how to utilize other textile techniques, knitting, such as needlework, and crochet. In addition, rectangular, you have the option to follow the easy to understand instructions on how to build simple, homemade frames and utilize square, and triangular shaped looms.

It is an essential tool for those who want to begin a self-taught journey into the ancient art form of creating textiles. When she was a student of architecture, one of her teachers introduced her to the art of weaving. To her surprise, she discovered her true calling in this art. She feels joy in sharing her love and knowledge of weaving with students, friends, and family.

Weaving for the Soul: Looms frames #ad - Weaving for the soul is a book designed for weavers all levels and an ideal choice for teachers of weaving. As you weave your way through this book, you will learn how to make beautiful textiles beginning with the simplest patterns then progressing to the more challenging ones. With minimal investment and a handful of necessary tools and materials, it is an affordable option for everyone.

Author biographyoriginally from Chile, Viviana Valiente is an architect, author, artist, and teacher. She is now dedicated to simplifying the craft of weaving to make it accessible to everyone. The simplicity with which Viviana Valiente has written and illustrated this book makes it the perfect choice for anyone.

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The Weaver's Idea Book: Creative Cloth on a Rigid Heddle Loom

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Interweave #ad - With traditional patterns from around the world, and fabrics woven on two double heddles, bands, The Weaver's Idea Book brings together a variety of ways to create exquisite cloth. New and experienced weavers alike are always on the lookout for new weave-structure patterns. Each chapter contains weaving patterns along with swatches illustrating the techniques, accompanied by step-by-step photography.

The book is arranged by structure or type of weave, from variations on plain weave to doubleweave. The weaver's idea book presents a wide variety of patterns for the simple rigid-heddle loom, accompanied by harness drafts for multishaft looms. The techniques include leno, Brooks bouquet, soumak, and embroidery on fabric.

The Weaver's Idea Book: Creative Cloth on a Rigid Heddle Loom #ad - In addition to pattern drafts, Jane offers project ideas that guide the reader through creating functional woven projects, from wearables to home decor. Weaving, especially on rigid-heddle looms, is enjoying a resurgence, and contemporary weavers are in need of a book to bridge the divide between basic books and complex text designed for advanced weavers with sophisticated tools.

Celebrating the immense potential for creativity possible with the simplest of tools, The Weaver's Idea Book eBook opens new avenues for exploration on both the rigid-heddle and multishaft looms. Weaving tips and tricks help weavers at all levels achieve their textile dreams.

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Weaving Made Easy Revised and Updated: 17 Projects Using a Rigid-Heddle Loom

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Interweave #ad - Projects include woven scarves and belts, pillows, napkins, and hand-woven rugs. The rigid-heddle loom is small, portable, and affordable, making it the perfect starting point for anyone wanting to learn how to weave. This easy and accessible guide to weaving uses the simple rigid-heddle loom to create fabrics that are a perfect blend of fun and functionality.

. 17 quick and easy weaving projects show how to make fabrics that are soft and drapey, sturdy and practical, or just plain fun and funky. Complete, tricks, clear step-by-step photos and abundant tips, updated instructions for warping a loom, and techniques for color, design, and embellishment are included.

Weaving Made Easy Revised and Updated: 17 Projects Using a Rigid-Heddle Loom #ad - Create beautiful cloth with just a simple loom. Weaving made easy is the ultimate idea book for the beginning weaver.

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Woven Scarves: 26 Inspired Designs for the Rigid Heddle Loom

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Interweave #ad - Weavers learn how to create lovely scarves that are creative, classic, and fun to make and wear. Woven scarves will support new weavers in their desire for appropriate patterns and better skills as well as a deeper understanding of fibers, types of weave techniques, and all the varieties of fabrics that are possible—even to beginners.

In highly approachable ways, authors jane Patrick and Stephanie Flynn Sokolov introduce new weavers to a broad sampling of weaving techniques, exploring various ways of creating cloth on a rigid heddle loom. Explore and practice weaving techniques for fabulous scarves! Woven Scarves offers a collection of twenty-six scarves and variations that range in difficulty from advanced beginner to very complex.

Woven Scarves: 26 Inspired Designs for the Rigid Heddle Loom #ad - Using various weave structures, yarn combinations, and techniques such as felting and embellishment, color, the authors take you through the basics to a jumping-off point for personal exploration and creation.

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Yarnitecture: A Knitter's Guide to Spinning: Building Exactly the Yarn You Want

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Storey Publishing, LLC #ad - In addition to teaching you the techniques you need for success, Moreno also offers 12 delicious original patterns from prominent designers, each one showcasing hand-spun yarns.  . Create your dream yarn! discover the pleasures of designing and building custom-made yarn by spinning it yourself, choosing everything from color to feel and gauge.

Jillian moreno leads you through every step of yarn construction, cotton, establish a foundation, with detailed instructions and step-by-step photos showing you how to select the fiber you want wool, synthetic, texture, and spin a beautiful yarn with the structure, silk, and color pattern that you want.

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