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Handwoven May/June 1990: Digital Edition

The May/June 1990 Handwoven issue includes weaver profiles, interviews, and notes about the 1920-1960 period of weaving revival in the United States.
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The May/June 1990 issue features weaving in the United States between 1920 and 1960. Including weaver profiles, interviews, and notes about this period of weaving revival, discover a hidden past that ultimately contributes to the hard-working, industrial nation.


Plus, weave projects inspired by different eras included in this historical issue.

  1. Modified Atwater runner

  2. Wollen Throw based on a blanket woven by Amanda Bourque
  3. Liebes-inspired scarf
  4. Blouse with earth and sky motif
  5. Scandinavian-influenced upholstery fabric
  6. Bauhaus-inspired jacket
  7. A 1950s casement cloth
  8. "Missouri Trouble" table runner
  9. Black, white, and red shawl
  10. Lily's lilies
  11. Knitting bag


In every issue, you will be amazed at the amount of information packed into these pages:

  • Be inspired by weavers from all over the world. In each issue, you’ll meet weavers with unique stories to tell.
  • Explore a variety of weaving techniques. Get an up-close look at new skills and brush up on old techniques with articles written by professional weavers.
  • Test your weaving skills with projects to wear and display in the home.
  • And so much more!

This issue was scanned from an original print issue.

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Handwoven May June 1990 Digital Edition

SKU: EP7097

File Type: PDF

Format: Digital Magazine Single Issue