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Book - Time to Weave Book - Woven Treasures Book - Color and Texture in Weaving
Book - Time to Weave
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One look at these gorgeous projects and your fingers will beg to learn a new craft! The beautiful, textural objects in the Time to Weave eBook and print book—now in a convenient bundle— include plaited paper baskets, woven lanterns, hearth rugs, sachets, cork table mats, and more offer an approachable and inspirational way to learn the fundamentals of non-loom weaving for the first time.

Drawing on ancient and traditional techniques, author Jane Patrick, past editor of Handwoven magazine, uses everyday materials like copper tape, plastic sheeting, shrink tubing, paper yarn, and granite tiles to create stunning contemporary objects for the home. Patrick focuses on embracing a sense of place and appreciation for the natural world in these 18 simple weaving projects, and encourages a choice of reconstructed, recycled, vintage, or natural materials.

Non-loom techniques in Time to Weave include braiding, stringing, knotting, frame loom weaving, straw weaving, weaving over a pillow form, and more. Projects range from a sticks-and-string coaster, canvas strip pillow, pocket purse, woven paper cards, "waves" window hanging, and more. Clear step-by-step instructions and photography are provided for each design, and each project features ideas and variations for further exploration.

Projects call for simple equipment and tools and materials that are easily available. Each project is introduced with a quote and short essay about the process of making the piece, the materials, or sometimes musings about the process of creation and how this fits in with daily living. Patrick encourages readers to weave with a purpose and enjoy the process of creation as much as the outcome. Also included are hints, resources, and suggestions for further reading.
Renowned fiber artist Sara Lamb gives weavers an inside look at her groundbreaking work in Woven Treasures. From inspiration and project planning, to her signature hand-manipulated techniques, Lamb leads weavers through the steps of making exquisite bags using folk weaving techniques that evoke modern ideas in brilliant colors and textures.

Woven Treasures includes:

   An overview of Lamb's recent bag series.
   An introduction for the weaver to the process of concepting and planning a woven piece.
   A technique section of 6 folk weaving tutorials, such as hand-manipulating weaving techniques with a multi-technique sampler that gives basic instructions for soumak, twining, cut pile, cardweaving, inkle weaving, and plain weave.
   Project instructions for 8 hand-woven bags.
   Sidebars sprinkled throughout the book include the history of folk weaving techniques, as well as Lamb's signature beaded and stitched embellishment designs.

Woven Treasure's bag designs allow weavers an immediate sense of accomplishment, and the finished projects can be used and/or displayed as works of art.

Through breathtaking photography, clear step-by-step instructions, drafts, and dyeing tutorials, weavers will find the process is easy to work with and marvel at the unlimited possibilities.

"An excellent choice for large public and academic collections." - Library Journal
"A valuable addition to our knowledge of textiles . . . The presentation and elaboration of these techniques is quite worthwhile." - Surface Design
"This is a book to pick up and enjpy again and again."-Weavers Guild of Miami
Give woven textiles a contemporary twist with Color and Texture in Weaving.

Learn to mix color and yarn types to create textiles that are rich with color and texture as well as refreshing and modern. Using either a simple four- or eight-shaft loom you can discover how to mix color and yarn types to maximize visual effects in your weaving.

Beginner weavers will find helpful guidance for color warping and a plethora of expert weaving inspiration. And if you've already mastered the basic skills, you'll find Color and Texture in Weaving to be a dependable weaving resource with complex techniques and a wealth of inspiring patterns. There are hundreds of weaving patterns within for you to enjoy; each is illustrated with swatches of finished textiles, setup diagrams, lifting patterns, and fabric samples shown in large, full-color photos to highlight the detail.

Providing you with everything from basic setup instructions to advanced weaving ideas, Color and Texture in Weaving offers contemporary, colorful, and creative possibilities for all weavers looking to refine their color and texture approaches to textiles.
Book - Hands on Rigid Heddle Weaving Book - The Weaver's Inkle Pattern Directory Book - Double Woven Treasures from Old Peru
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Book - The Weaver's Inkle Pattern Directory
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Book - Double Woven Treasures from Old Peru
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With instructions for how to make wonderful projects and plain-weave variations, this user-friendly guide covers choosing, setting up, and weaving on a rigid heddle loom. Both beginners and experienced weavers will value its thriftiness and versatility.

From expert weaver Anne Dixon is The Weaver's Inkle Pattern Directory--the ultimate resource for inkle weavers. Inkle weaving is a simple technique that offers ample opportunity for experimentation by beginners and experienced weavers. This book provides 400 patterns for loom enthusiasts and is the most comprehensive tool available to weavers.

You'll discover:

  • An overview of inkle weaving's history and traditions.
  • Instructions for loom set-up and simple techniques.
  • An astonishing 400 woven patterns--some making their first debut.
  • Illustrated samples and charts.
  • Drafts provided throughout the entire guide.
An incomparable guide, Anne Dixon offers all of the tips, tricks, and techniques to these traditional and modern patterns and introduces a bounty of new, innovative designs as well. Inkles can be used for a variety of projects ranging from belts and braces to trims and neckpieces. They can be stitched together to make bags, mobile-phone purses, cushion-covers, table-mats, and much more.

Also included is a foreword by Madelyn van der Hoogt, the editor of Handwoven magazine and the author of The Complete Book of Drafting and The Weaver's Companion (Interweave). She opened the Weaver's School in 1984 and teaches weaving workshops throughout the United States and Canada.

Pre-Columbian double cloth is one of the world's great textile traditions. This book takes a comprehensive look at the varieties of double cloth preserved in museums and private collections including fabric analysis, and provides detailed weaving instructions. A must for collectors and weavers alike.
Leno-lovely Weaving Pattern The Bounty Weaving Pattern Silky Houndstooth Weaving Pattern
Each scarf uses 1 skein and makes a six foot long, 6 inch wide scarf (depending on your draw in) or consider making a 60 inch cowl (join the ends) and embellish the edges with a little crochet. To get these measurements you will need to use a 10 dent heddle or reed. You may use a smaller or larger reed/heddle but your sizes, drape, and overall look may be different than the sample provided here. You will also need a pick up stick. This pattern is easy to do and you have two variations to choose from. You can make a light weight open weave scarf or a couple of towels/napkins for your kitchen. Both are easy and play on color to spice up the look.
This is one of those fabulous patterns that may look hard to those that are not in the know but is really quite simple. With just simple color changes, you'll be able to make this scarf.
Spaced Weaving Pattern Subtle Tartan Weaving Pattern Plaid Weaving Pattern
Spaced Weaving Pattern
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Plaid Weaving Pattern
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This is another simple weave that with a little time over a sink felting, you have an exquisite scarf. Its also actually pretty warm. I've been wearing mine the past few weeks. This pattern is simple. The colors blend a little so it comes out more as a Tartan than a real checkerboard, which is basically how it's woven. It's a simple 10 by 10 checkerboard cowl. This pattern is straightforward though it may take a little concentration to remember what patterning row you're on. On mine, I chose not to be conscientious about the patterning and have varied plaid patterning in my weft though it's not very apparent.
Chubby Checker Weaving Pattern Linen Leno Weaving Pattern Just Stripes Weaving Pattern
Do you like a big scarf? Do you love fat cowls? The yarn called for in this pattern is enough for one long scarf or a chubby cowl. Such a rewarding piece of fabric! We're calling for a lot of leno. This is an all over lace patterning to create a lovely scarf or cafe curtains.
This is a fairly straight forward weave with an unusual set up. Follow
the directions carefully to set it up to create a scarf or cowl with horizontal or vertical stripes.
Table Lace Weaving Pattern Schacht Reed Rigid Heddle Sections for the Variable Dent Reeds -  choose your size Schacht Stick Shuttle - choose your size - SALE!!!
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This pattern is just a little bit above beginner level. It's not complicated but it does use a pick up stick to create a lace scarf, cowl, or table runner.
You've got your variable dent reed and now you find you want more sections.

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Stick shuttles made by Schacht - The simplest and most versatile of all shuttles. They are available in 9", 10", 12", 16", 20", 24" and 30" lengths. We recommend you choose a stick shuttle slightly longer than the width of your warp.

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This listing is for the cards only. Belt Shuttle Schacht Flip Loom Trestle Stand- tool kit for older looms
Schacht Weaving Cards
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Belt Shuttle
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Use them alone or on a loom.

Card weaving (also known as tablet weaving) is a way to create patterned woven bands that are thick, sturdy and beautiful. Though cards are often regarded as a simple tool, the weavings they can produce are infinite in design and complexity. The portability of these cards gives you the possibility of carrying a four harness loom in your pocket.

You can use the cards on their own with a simple tensioning device, such as tying the yarn to a door knob and tensioning around your waist. Or use the cards on a loom. An Inkle Loom is an ideal companion, but you can also use them on a Cricket, Flip, table, or floor loom.

Schacht has developed a card that, at 3.5 inches square, is comfortable in the hand without being bulky. Colored bands and stripes are printed along each edge as an aid in keeping track of the card’s position. Made of sturdy yet flexible 24-point card stock, these cards will serve you well over many, many warps.

The cards come in packages of 25, more than enough for a range of projects. All you need to add is yarn and a belt shuttle. You can start weaving complex bands at less than the cost of two coffees!

Sample project instructions from Schacht

Belt shuttle. Typically used in Card and Inkle Weaving. Over the years, there are have been some design changes to the Trestle Stand.  If you have a Flip loom (or a non folding old style Rigid Heddle from Schacht) that is older than 2-17-10 you will need this kit to make all the parts of the trestle stand work. This is a kit to drill out the arms so that they will fit your loom.

In stock ships from Maine. If we should run we can backorder and drop ship from the factory. Their lead time is 2-4 weeks.
Schacht Pick Up Stick - choose your size Louet Venne Cottolin - 100 gram cones Schacht Boat Shuttle Bobbins.
Louet Venne Cottolin - 100 gram cones
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Pick up sticks made by Schacht -
To complement our three large weaving swords, our wide range of pick-up sticks offer just the right tool for the task at hand. Our Beefy pick-up sticks are 1 1/2" wide and come in 20", 25", and 30" lengths; the Medium pick-up sticks are 1 1/8" wide and come in 18", 22", and 26" lengths; the Petite pick-up sticks are 7/8" wide and are available in 8", 12" and 16" lengths.  All are double-pointed, made of hard maple and finished with Danish oil.
Our 14/2 EuroflaxLinen is our high quality long line linen, available in vibrant colors. These plastic bobbins come in three sizes and fit the Schacht Boat Shuttles. The price is for a package of 10

4inch fits the 9 inch mini and the 11 inchers
5inch fits the 13 incher
6inch fits the 15 incher
Cotton Tapestry Thread Glimakra Second Heddle kit for the Emilia Rigid Heddle Looms Ashford Reeds/Heddles for the 8 inch Sample-it Loom - SALE!
Cotton Tapestry Thread
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Glimakra Second Heddle kit for the Emilia Rigid Heddle Looms
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Ashford Reeds/Heddles for the 8 inch Sample-it Loom - SALE!
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Tapestry Loom Warping Thread 100% cotton - 200gm cones
Glimakra Emilia Second Heddle Brackets  for the 13 or 19 inch Rigid Heddle Loom For your8 inch Sample-it Loom - Additional reeds- CHOOSE- 5 dpi (20/10cm), 7.5 dpi (30/10cm), 10 dpi (40/10cm) and 12.5 dpi(50/10cm) available for both 30cm/12in and 50cm/20in looms. Ship from factory if not in stock in Maine. Generally a 1-2 week lead time.
Louet Euroflax Venice Linen 14/1 - 1160 yds Louet Euroflax Milan Linen 20/2 - 625 yds 10/2 Natural Linen carpet warp
Louet Euroflax Venice Linen 14/1 - 1160 yds
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Louet Euroflax Milan Linen 20/2 - 625 yds
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10/2 Natural Linen carpet warp
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Our 14/1 Euroflax is high quality long line linen, available in vibrant colors. Our 20/2 variegated Euroflax linen yarn is a wet spun from fine tow linen. It is available in 7 colors.


100 gr cones (625 yds)
1 lb cones (2875 yds)
2875 yds/lb

Machine Washable and Dryable!
Rug warp. I'm making a set of rustic placemats out of it just to prove it's got more uses than just for rugs... or maybe to just be difficult. it's a nice sturdy rustic yarn. 1500ypp