Weaver's study course: sourcebook for ideas and techniques
A book for weavers who are eager to explore new fields but need stimulation and direction. Weaver's Study Course provides much stimulation through examples and directions for six main uses of weaving: clothing, accessories, interiors, interior accessories, toys, & wall hangings.
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FABRICS FOR INTERIORS
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American Farm School areas artist background basic block harnesses braiding cards cardweaving Change shed clothing combined cotton coverlet dark shuttle dent Diagram doll double weave Drop harness edges eight harnesses ends per inch fibers fringes ground warp handweaver heddles jute layer left selvage linen loom loom-controlled loom-shaped loops method needle lace off-loom pattern blocks pattern pick Peter Collingwood photo by John photo courtesy pick-up stick piece pillow plain weave profile draft Raise harness reed Regensteiner repeat rya knots sample satin weave shaft-switching shape shown in color shown in Figure silk sleyed soumak stitches stuffed supplementary warp tabby tapestry textiles textures threads per inch tie-down threads tie-up treadling tubular weave twill upholstery fabric variations wall hanging warp and weft warp ends warp threads weave color weave heavy yarn Weave thin yarn weaver width wool workshop woven wrapping yarn raise harness