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Handwoven September/October 2000: Digital Edition

Handwoven September/October 2000 digital magazine shows you how to get music onto your loom and into your projects.
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Now available for individual download! � Su Butler, the answer lady, goes over peg plans and plies. Weave a color-and-weave throw that�s easy as pi. Make a scarf based on change ringing, which applies to the ringing of large bells in towers and can be applied to weaving. Learn how to design stripes based on musical scores, such as the Joy to the World scarf by Laurie Autio. You can also create drafts from musical scores, which Carolyn Jones demonstrates with her loom music scarf. There�s also a table runner and mats based on Minuet 3 by Johann Sebastian Bach. Enjoy the beautiful result of weaving silk to musical scores. Doramay Keasbey also looks into the possibilities of transcribing musical scores into weaving drafts and creates a gorgeous scarf. Deb Menz takes weaving with chords as a study in color values. Jennifer Moore dives into the golden proportion�the Fibonacci series. There are so many ways to combine music and weaving, you won�t be able to stop! � 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 and special projects to share. Explore weaving techniques new and old. Get an up-close look at all of the projects. Test your weaving skills with projects that use doubleweave, twill, shadow weave, lace weaves, and many more.And so much more!

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SKU: EP6210

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Musical Weaving Primer Review by Jolie
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This overview of ways to adapt music to weaving drafts provides lots of possibilities. Some are fairly simple, such as assigning each note a color and making the width of the warp stripes equal to the notes. Others are more complicated translations of musical notation into weaving drafts. If you are thinking of weaving a special project for a musician in your life -- or perhaps you are a musician yourself? -- this issue of Handwoven will give you plenty of ideas. This could also be a great starting point for a special occasion gift, such as weaving the team fight song into a blanket for the child headed to college or weaving the happy couple's special song for an anniversary.

(Posted on 9/16/2014)

(Posted on 9/16/2014)