There’s more to doubleweave than weaving two layers. Find out how to weave blankets twice as wide as your loom, stuff doubleweave pockets, and create incredibly textured fabrics with differential shrinkage.
Mar/Apr: Kitchen Aides
Give your kitchen an extreme makeover! Weave coordinating rugs, curtains, towels, aprons, and more. Techniques include: traditional warp rep, a new variation of warp rep, huck lace, waffle weave, twill, and block patterning on only three shafts.
May/Jun: Ready, Set, Go!
Projects in this issue promote swatch exchanges and the benefits of attending workshops and conferences. A second focus is weaving for summer gatherings: picnic cloths, runners, napkins, and more.
Sept/Oct: A Design Handbook
Use this issue as your guide to good design—especially to using color effectively. Projects teach how to find inspiration for color, how to design with yarns on hand, how to set limits, and how to choose the right weave structure.
If you don’t want to weave a complete outfit but you do want to wear something handwoven, this is your issue! Projects include bags, bands, jewelry, beading, and more. Special: A fabulous, easy-to-weave boa that invites your creative input.