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Enjoy all 5 issues of Handwoven magazine exactly as they were printed in 2009—now available as a Digital Magazine Collection!
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Enjoy all 5 issues of Handwoven magazine exactly as they were printed in 2009—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 2009.

 

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
Table of Contents
Jan/Feb: Fabulous Fuzzy Fabrics
Fulling and felting are only a few of the ways presented in this issue for creating soft, fuzzy fabrics. Projects also use brushing, needlefelting, and differential shrinkage for unique textures and effects.
 
Mar/Apr: New Ideas in Weaving
This issue is full of new ideas: stringing beads in the warp, getting curves with an ondulé reed, making your own inkle loom, and more. A special project designed by Peter Collingwood creates eyelash pile.
 
May/Jun: Using Natural Yarns
Here is everything you need to know about choosing and using yarns spun from natural fibers: Unmercerized cotton, line and tow linens, grasses from your yard, five different silks (with a silk directory!), wool, cashmere, alpaca, and more.
 
Sept/Oct: Getting the Most from your Yarn Dollars
Weaving can be expensive, but this issue shows you ways to save: Using your yarn leftovers (20 ways!),  designing from your stash, getting many different pieces from the same warp, and making creative yarn substitutions (Tencel is the new silk).
 
Nov/Dec: Your Weaving Studio
Need ideas for designing and organizing your studio? Take a tour of inspiring studios and get tips for making your weaving space the best it can be. Projects focus on unusual textures: Honeycomb, corduroy, waffle weave, and more.

SKU: EP4932

Format: Digital Magazine Collection

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