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Handwoven's Master Weavers Collection: Favorite Projects and Lessons from Tom Knisely

Tom Knisely shares helpful weaving techniques as well as nine projects for weaving rugs.
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Get weaving lessons from master weaver and teacher Tom Knisely!

Have you always wanted to do more with your weaving, but haven’t been able to find that perfect teacher? Look no further! Tom Knisely is a wonderful teacher who offers clear and concise weaving tips and techniques.

Tom is known for his instruction at The Mannings Handweaving School as well as his popular workshops The Loom Owner’s Companion and Weave a Good Rug. That knowledge is extended into this eBook. One of his specialties (as well as favorite projects) is weaving rugs and he shares his love in the articles and projects featured in these pages.

You will get full instructions for 10 rug weaving projects:

  • Checkerboard Twill rug
  • Rainbow Rugs which offers great advice for weaving stripes
  • A rug in warp rep with instruction on getting started with warp rep
  • Overshot for rugs
  • A Two-sided rap rug
  • A boundweave rug
  • Weft-faced rug
  • Checkerboard rug in warp rep
  • Simple linen rag rugs
  • The popular Chief’s rug

Plus, there is a weft rep table runner project as well! But the instruction doesn’t stop there. Tom offers great advice for making a simple shaft switching device. This device allows you to switch the warp threads from shaft 3 to shaft 4 or vice versa without having to cut or untie threads anyway. It’s an ingenious device that can give you limitless possibilities when working with weaving designs.

SKU: EP7835

Format: eBook

SKU: EP7835

Format: eBook

Customer Reviews

Warning! Review by Gweaver
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Lots of useful things in this ebook but if you are looking for the shaft-switching instructions, maybe it's me but I certainly couldn't find them; however by the time I found that out I had of course bought the ebook!
What you need is Handwoven November/December 2001, Tom Knisely's very clear "Making a Simple Shaft-Switching Device" are on pages 73-74.

(Posted on 10/14/2014)

(Posted on 10/14/2014)