- Brilliant Review by Victoria
Definitely recommended reading. This book clearly explains so much about weave structure and the different weave patterns. For a newbie weaver like me, it is an essential reference.
(Posted on 7/8/14)
- Great bedtime reading. Review by Lesley
Book arrived today and so far has given me ideas for the next project that my weaving teacher has proposed. It has answered a few questions already, so I don't have to bother my teacher. The explanations are clear and the photos are inspiring. I'll be taking it to read in bed tonight because I can't wait until tomorrow.
(Posted on 7/4/14)
- Best book I have purchased thus far Review by Kathy
I am a beginner that is just starting to weave my first rep, and lace projects. This book is full of four shaft projects then it expands to eight shaft projects. Most have color pictures and great descriptions of the theory of each structure. It also covers yarn selection and best use of the cloth. Well worth the money!
(Posted on 12/16/13)
- Great reference book Review by Helen Ting
I am still reading this book but I love it already. A great reference book with practical advice on achieving a good weaving result. I also appreciate the observations about the structure of commercially produced cloth such as poplin which deepen my knowledge of textiles. The photographs are lovely; the only thing I'd say is I wish there were a few more photos of some of a woven product next to some of the descriptions and drafts. Perhaps these can be added to a subsequent edition. But, overall, as a fairly inexperienced weaver, this is just the book I've been after.
(Posted on 10/30/11)