As the weather starts getting cooler there is no better accessory than a handwoven scarf or shawl! Create your own from one of the projects featured in this collection. Whether you are looking for something for your four shaft or eight shaft loom, there is a weaving project for everyone. Discover lace, twill, doubleweave, M’s and O’s, log cabin and more weave structures to try with these projects. Weaving a scarf or shawl is also a great tool to practice your weaving, from experimenting with colors or testing new patterns.
Whether you are weaving a gift or wanting to wrap yourself in warmth, this collection is for you! Get 68 scarf and shawl weaving projects for only $49.95! That’s a savings of 30%!
Included in this collection:
Woven to Wear eBook
Handwoven wearables are hot! More than just patterns-discover 17 designs and plenty of ideas for unique fabric and garments you'll want to wear again and again.
Author Marilyn Murphy and several contributors at the forefront of handwoven wearables offer guidance for weaving scarves, wraps, shawls, capelets, and other garments, along with advice for finishing, cutting and sewing the fabric, adding edgings and closures, and combining woven fabrics with other techniques such as knitting and patchwork.
The Woven to Wear designs are influenced by a global melting pot of traditional folkloric costume and ethnic fabric mixes in which silhouettes are roomy, layered, and flowing, and the cloth takes center stage.
Handwoven’s Design Collection 19: Scarves and Shawls for All Seasons eBook
Scarves and shawls are fun to weave. They require no cutting or sewing and they can be woven on the simplest looms, yet they turn humdrum outfits into eye-dazzlers. This collection from Handwoven magazine includes 15 projects in glorious colors and intriguing weave structures in a wide range of materials from silky soft, woolly to gossamer, dressy to practical. Give them as gifts, use them to enhance a wardrobe, drape them on a couch or chair to enjoy, or hang them on the wall and call them art. Why not?
Best of Handwoven: Top Ten Shawls on Four and Eight Shafts eBook
Whether you enjoy weaving on four shafts, eight shafts, or both, you will find the shawl (or shawls) for you in this project eBook. These patterns have come straight from past issues of Handwoven, but have been revised and revamped, so you will find the projects are now worked for four shafts or eight shafts, something not available in the magazine!
The shawls projects use a variety of weave structures, such as M’s and O’s, undulating twill, log cabin, Atwater-Bronson lace, and more! Weaving instructions are full of design and color ideas, inviting you to study your stash, make color wraps, and plan your own color sequences and more.
Weave a shawl in lace, doubleweave, twill and more on four or eight shafts with these ten shawl weaving projects featured in this Best of Handwoven eBook!
Best of Handwoven: Scarves on Four Shafts—A Bakers Dozen eBook
The fourth collection in our Best of Handwoven series, Scarves on Four Shafts: A Baker's Dozen+ is sure to please. Gathered in one volume are thirteen great projects (and more than thirteen great scarves). Inside you will find an incredible diversity of pattern, color, and texture that you will not believe can be woven on only four shafts—or fewer!
Best of Handwoven: Scarves on Eight Shafts—A Bakers Dozen eBook
Scarves on Eight Shafts: A Baker's Dozen+ is the fifth in our Best of Handwoven e-Projects collections. Gathered form over twenty-five years, here are more than thirteen of Handwoven's most striking scarves - from dressy to casual - in turned twill, shadow weave, huck, collapse, and more. A vibrant subtheme of this collection is making the most of structure and color. Projects were inspired by rainbows, Monet, poppies and delphiniums, stormy seas, the deserts of the Southwest, and sunsets. Dream of spring and summer colors as you weave away on winter days.