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Handwoven fabric

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Want to design gorgeous handwoven cloth? Five keys to designing with color.

To create beautiful handwovens, you need to do more than choose yarn colors. This article will teach you five critical methods for designing with color.

Confetti Medallion Towels

This is a pattern for cheerful kitchen towels that take a fresh twist on a classic Scandinavian draft. I used the same yarns and sett as Lisa's Modern Medallions, and recast the color scheme in bright and contrasting colors. If you prefer subtle colorways, get her pattern! This is an 8-shaft pattern in modified cell weave, using Gist cotton-linen and 8/2 cottolin. You will need an 8-shaft loom with 22 inch weaving width, a 12-dent reed, 3 shuttles and at least 3 bobbins. This pdf has 8…

American Artisans: Thistle Rose Weaving | The View from Great Island

Thistle Rose Weaving is the fifth in my Sunday series featuring American Artisans. There are so many exceptionally talented craftspeople across the country who share a love of all things handmade, and this is my

Sewing Handwoven Fabric - Getting Over The Fear - Warped Fibers

Sewing your handwoven fabric can be scary! Use these tips and tricks for turning your weavings into something new and functional.

Create A Bag With Your Handwoven Fabric

Learn how to make a woven bag for your looms or anything else you want to carry. This simple weaving project is great for all weavers.

Handmade Fabric Medieval Fabric Handwoven Fabric Broken - Etsy Norway

100% pure merino wool fabric, entirely handmade by me with my manual four-sided loom. This fabric is perfect for Viking and Medieval re-enactors, because it has a typical structure (SAIA A DIAMANTE, BROKEN TWILL), documented by numerous archaeological finds in Europe, referable to the Iron Age, the Roman Age and the era of migrations. It can be used to make clothes, capes, shawls, bands, pillows and everything that your imagination suggests. The handmade making of this fabric takes a lot of…