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Discover all five issues of Handwoven, exactly as they were
printed in 1996.
Here’s a look at the weaving tips, tricks, stories, and more you will find in
January/February 1996: Learn everything you need to know
about fulling and felting handwoven wool fabrics from
traditional waulking to fulling using a washing machine. Projects include
delightful felted boots, a waulked blanket, and a jacket inspired by Homer’s
“wine-dark sea.” March/April 1996: Punch up
your plain-weave repertoire with the clever projects and techniques
featured in this issue. Learn to weave charted designs in pick-up broché, and
probe the possibilities of plain weave with a swatch collection by Sharon
Alderman. May/June 1996: Explore stripes and
plaids with this issue dedicated to these two versatile patterns.
Projects include a pillowcase inspired by colonial cloth and interlocking
doubleweave placemats and napkins. Also in this issue are an article on lace
plaids and a section on summertime weaving. September/October
1996: Take a woven tour of Scotland and Norway with this issue
featuring Scottish tartans and Nordic weaving. Weave an elegant
chenille tartan throw, and learn the basics of Norwegian Danskbrogd with this
issue. November/December 1996: Add new dimensions to
your weaving with creases, puckers, and pleats using collapse weave and
high-twist yarns. Also included in this issue are a section on tapestry
weaving and an article on deciphering old weaving drafts.
As with all our Handwoven Collections, you get weaving
inspiration at your fingertips. You can get this Collection as either a
CD or Download. Just look at the advantages:
These issues were scanned from the original print issues