- Excellent Review by Tom
There are a lot of books on weaving, but this is one book to own. I'm new to the art and this book has helped me a great deal with its simple but thorough explanations, the color photos and suggestions. The drafts are easy to read and covers a wide variety of weave structures from tabby to rep. Now I have the 2 D's; Dixon and Davison! Weaving just became a whole lot easier. Interweave, thanks for a great buy!
(Posted on 7/14/14)
- Great book, easy to read Review by Leslie
This book was recommended to me by several weaving friends and it didn't disappoint. It is well laid out, easy to understand and the pattern variations are great.
(Posted on 6/3/14)
- You will want to own this book! Review by Shirley
This book puts a wealth of information at your fingertips. It just arrived in today's mail and I've been unable to put it down for the past couple of hours. Everything is explained from start to finish. Beautiful patterns are clearly pictured and explained with examples of different warp/weft combinations used to achieve different effects. This will be my go-to book for many years to come.
(Posted on 4/23/14)
- Best weaving book out Review by Bobbie
After weaving on a rigid heddle loom for a while I decided that I wanted to expand my weaving knowledge to a floor loom. I bought an 8 shaft loom (used loom at an unbelievable price!) but decided to use only 4 shafts for now. I have several weaving books and they are great books but this book is "THE" book to have as a weaver. Very well thought out, easy to understand, and excellent photos of the cloth. If you could only have one weaving book make it this book!!
(Posted on 9/19/13)
- It's good Review by debra wyza
I'm new to weaving and have been reading and watching everything I can get my hands on. This book shows many interesting patterns that can be used for anything you may be making. I'm the kind of person that always gets caught up in "bigger is better" so when all I could fit in my house was a small table loom I was kind of disappointed until I found this book and saw all of the really cool things I could do with just 4 shafts. It's basic enough that it shows how to read a draft and gives tips on how to start and end a project without fuss. I've really enjoyed this book so far.
(Posted on 2/7/11)