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.