January/February 2011: The Meanings of Cloth
Inspiration from the significance of textiles and motifs in other cultures (Peru, Guatemala, Native America, Scandinavia, and more) and in our own. The issue looks at the meaning weavers give the fabrics they weave.
March/April 2011: Design Matters!
Do you start with “scarf”? A yarn? A weave structure? Learn different approaches to design and ways to use fiber, color and texture in handwovens.
May/June 2011: Lace and Lacy Effects
Summer is for light and lovely linen and lace. Look for lacy scarves, table linens, a summer top or two—plus a handbook of lace weaves and needle finishes.
September/October 2011: A Special All-Garment Issue!
This issue features handwovens to wear: loom-shaped, tailored—from practical everyday clothing to wearable art. Scarves and shawls are included for the nonstitchers.
November/December 2011: Understanding Blocks
Projects in this issue all use the same four-block profile draft, each in a different weave structure (doubleweave, overshot, summer and winter, Atwater-Bronson lace, and more). The four-block design is posted on weavingtoday.com as a reader’s challenge. Visit us there!