A Handweaver's Pattern Book

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Schlechter's, 1944 - Hand weaving - 128 pages
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Truly, this is the book every weaver should have. It contains, in a simple manner, many of the basic patterns used by every weaver. The instructions, tie-ups, draw downs - well, every aspect of this ... Read full review

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I LOVE this book!
Not only does it explain in great detail how these traditional and adaptable patterns work but it has a useful introduction to each section which further explains the types of weave
in that chapter. I have been weaving only a short time but wished I had been pointed to this as a novice - I am now confidently drawing up my own designs having finally understood how the warping translates into pattern!
I think you MUST read the intros though if you are newish to weave.
Hooray for Marguerite Porter Davison!


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