Learning to weave

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Interweave Press, LLC, 1995 - Crafts & Hobbies - 232 pages
14 Reviews
Since its first printing a decade ago, this guide has become the standard text book for both teachers and self-taught weavers, teaching all they need to know about warping, reading and designing drafts, and the basics of weave structures.

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Review: Learning to Weave

User Review  - Michelle Mitchell - Goodreads

This was a must have for me when I started to learn to read. I now use it as a reference when creating new projects, and would feel lost without it. Deborah Chandler provides clear direction (with the help of useful pics!) to assist with your basic weaving projects. Read full review

Review: Learning to Weave, Revised Edition

User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

This is not my first how-to-weave manual, but it's the one that explains the "why" of techniques, and that's really what I am after. I am fairly certain it will be my go-to book for any questions I have when I get hung up at any point on a project. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
10
Your First Piece
22
Weaving
78
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Deborah Chandler is the author of Learning to Warp.

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