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Handwoven, September/October 2009: Digital Edition

Getting the Most from your Yarn Dollars
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Weaving can be expensive, but this issue shows you ways to save: Using your yarn leftovers (20 ways!),  designing from your stash, getting many different pieces from the same warp, and making creative yarn substitutions (Tencel is the new silk).

Table of Contents
  • FiberHearts Winners!
  • Get More Bang for Your Weaving Buck - by Madelyn van der Hoogt
  • Stash Reduction Placements - by Linda Fry
  • A Versatile Draft for Hand or Dish Towels - by Gunnel Oresjo
  • Serendipity Warps for Waffle-Weave Towels - by Connie Westbrook
  • Weave Clothing on a Very Narrow Loom! - by Nancy McRay
  • Twill and Tencel for a Line of Luxury Scarbes - by Barbara Elkins
  • One Threading, Four Pattners, Four Towels - by Lynn Tedder
  • Budget Bamboo Shawl - by Madelyn van der Hoogt
  • Pom-Poms Add Fun to Scarves and Shawls - by Barbara F. Morse
  • A Quick-and-Easy Rug with Chenille "Worms" - by Su Butler
  • Ditching Throw: Reinvent Yarn with a Spinning Wheel - by Liz Gipson
  • Warp Once, Weave Two Throws&m-;or More! - by Julie McClure
  • Weave to Sell: Twill Blocks are a Weaver's Best Friend - by Pattie Graver
  • The yarn of the hour: Ten Yarns for Ten Bucks

SKU: EP5056

Format: Digital Magazine Single Issue

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