Pattern Weaving: Basics for the Handloom

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Stackpole Books, Oct 1, 2012 - Crafts & Hobbies - 112 pages
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Basic steps needed to weave luxurious fabrics on a foot-treadle handloom.
 

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Contents

Introduction 7
7
The Loom and Other PatternWeaving Tools 8
8
Basic Skills 15
15
Projects 69
69
Weaving FloatWork Patterns 105
105
Yarn Counts and Their Yardage 107
107
Glossary 109
109
Yarn and Equipment Suppliers 111
111
Back Cover
113
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Rabbit Goody lives in Cherry Valley, New York, and is a nationally recognized textile historian and consultant to major museums and the film industry. Her reproduction fabrics have appeared in many movies, including No Country for Old Men, Titanic, Transformers, and the miniseries John Adams. She owns, directs, and designs for Thistle Hill Weavers, a custom mill that has been producing reproduction fabrics, trim, and carpet for more than 20 years. She has written for several periodicals, including Early American Life, Old House Interiors, and Heritage.

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