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2005 Handwoven Collection (Download)

Enjoy all 5 issues of Handwoven magazine exactly as they were printed in 2005—now available as a Digital Magazine Collection!
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Enjoy all 5 issues of Handwoven magazine exactly as they were printed in 2005—now available as a Digital Magazine Collection!

Get instant weaving inspiration at your fingertips. Just download this Digital Magazine Collection and enjoy one whole years’ worth of Handwoven magazine on your computer!  You won’t believe how easy it is to navigate through all five issues originally published in 2005.


Discover the time-saving electronic index that allows you to jump from article to article with just a click of your mouse. You can also search each issue by any keyword you please, including:

  • Names of master weavers
  • Specific or general techniques
  • Favorite projects
  • Products or equipment such as looms, novelty yarns, laces, etc.
  • Challenges and results
  • Keywords like tapestry, warp-faced and weft-faced, Indigo dyeing or any other areas of interest

SKU: EP4925

Format: Digital Magazine Collection

Table of Contents

Jan/Feb 2005: New Fibers
Lots of yarns new to weavers are featured in this issue with a how-to guide for using them: bamboo, soy silk, stainless steel, crepe yarns, and more. Projects include collapse weaves along with many other unusual textures.

Mar/Apr 2005: Color-and-Weave
Color-and-weave is the clever juxtaposition of dark and light colors in both warp and weft. Discover the secrets to designing and weaving log cabin and shadow weave for garments, scarves, shawls, table mats, and more.

May/June 2005: Weave for Summer Fun!
Here’s a rich collection of projects for summer parties and summer wear. You’ll find linen and lace table runners in hot summer colors, party placemats, and a Fiestaware tablecloth along with summer scarves.

Sept/Oct 2005: Warp Rep
This issue gives you the tools you need to design and weave all types of fabrics in warp rep. You can start with simple hot pads, graduate to bags and mats, and then go for rugs. Helpful warping and weaving tips are included.

Nov/Dec 2005: Fast (Fat!) and Fabulous!
Thick yarns are not only quick to weave with, but they can provide fabrics with luscious textures and hand. Soft wools, bouclés, Pendleton selvedges, bulky knitting ribbons, and novelties—you’ll love using them all.

SKU: EP4925

Format: Digital Magazine Collection

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