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Handwoven September/October 2013

Handwoven magazine brings you their third annual garment issue, September/October 2013, full of weaving projects for handwoven clothing and accessories!
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Get ready for a night on the town with the September/October 2012 issue of Handwoven Magazine!

Check out the third annual garment issue of Handwoven. It is brimming with great weaving tips and techniques for handwoven clothing and accessories. From insightful articles to fun projects, this issue will have you creating beautiful garments out of your handwoven fabric with ease and pleasure.

 

The feature articles of this issue will inspire your creativity and have you rethinking garment construction:

  • Learn how Susan Neal designs fabric with garment design in mind and creates graceful, wearable, and mindful pieces.
  • Robyn Spady gives yet another example of creating weaving drafts from fabric, this time using a vintage speaker cover (grill cloth) as her inspiration.
  • Marlene Lloyd and Helen McKee show off the versatility of handwoven vests with unusual approaches to garment construction.
  • Discover folk costume in Eighteenth-century Normandy and create a bag inspired by the traditions.
  • Join Sara Bixler in the Yarn Lab as she discusses using vibrant Noro yarns with color-spun repeats in your weaving with truly stunning results.

Test weaving skills with 14 weaving projects for handwoven clothing and accessories!

 

Nancy Arthur Hoskins and Marilyn Roberts elegant warp-painted silk.

 

Lavendar’s Blue: A Shawl Fit for a Queen (featured on the cover) and Allen Walck’s white and gold twill Bal à Versailles vest are luxurious enough for royalty.

 

Maxine Fontana’s three-tier Sun-Flirty Sundress is fun and fresh as spring while Rebecca Fox’s Shaken, Not Stirred dapper men’s waistcoat is perfect for formal events and more casual evenings out alike.

 

Other projects include an Art-Deco Infinity Wrap by Laura Wilson-Gentry, a sparkling rigid-heddle scarf with matching kumihimo necklace by Linda Gettman, a colorful pin-loom woven tote bag by Marcella Edmund, and a pinwheel Twinkling Stars Skirt by Sandra Staff-Koetter.

 

If you’re looking for an outfit or accessory for your ideal night on the town, the September/October 2013 issue of Handwoven has what you're looking for.

  

Weave structures featured in the projects of this issue include crackle weave, a variety of twill weaves, Atwater-Bronson lace, plain weave, satin weave, and more.

 

If you’re looking for an outfit or accessory for your ideal night on the town, the September/October 2013 issue of Handwoven magazine has what you're looking for.
 
Handwoven Magazine September/October 2013: Handwoven Clothing Issue

SKU: H1309-EP6553

File Type: PDF

Format: Magazine

Number Of Pages: 80

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SKU: H1309-EP6553

File Type: PDF

Format: Magazine

Number Of Pages: 80

Customer Reviews

Excellent Issue Review by Rhi
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I found the clothing focus in this issue to be inspiring.

Some lovely, and indeed practical, items are there. One of the skirts I need in my life. I am already considering how to make my own version once I finish what I am currently making.

A note on the other review of this issue. Living outside of the US, I accept that the yarn used is usually something I will need to substitute, and therefore the issues the other reviewer mentions, is not something I take into account. That being said - Silk City Fibers can be found here: www.silkcityfibers.com and list their stockists on their site.

(Posted on 8/9/2013)

(Posted on 8/9/2013)

Yarn issues Review by Connie
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I just received my latest issue and was disappointed in the clothing focus of this one. The drafts are beautiful and I may try some, but most are not practical.
The one item I did really want to try was the Monet Mobius by Marilyn Murphy. The idea of trying the chenille and ribbon is interesting, but when I went to try and find the Silk City rayon chenille I could get little to know help with a retail outlet that has it for sale. I know that there is a need to keep the smaller yarn wholesalers in business, but if something is going to be used in a widely distributed magazine I would think it would be easier to locate than this. I am very disappointed. If anyone at Handwoven has a place this can be easily order I would like to have that information.
Thank you,
Connie

(Posted on 7/26/2013)

(Posted on 7/26/2013)