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A simple woven scarf design using two balls of Berroco Sesame by Angela Tong
Weaving Architecture: Step 1 of the Design Process – Jane Stafford Textiles
handmaiden.design saved to Weaving scarfs
One-of-a-kind handwoven scarves created with quality fibers like tencel, silk, bamboo, and wool.
Teri Hunt saved to Hand Weavers
This handwoven tencel scarf has a warp that blends beautifully from black to charcoal gray to mineral green to birch grey. The scarf was woven in a plaited twill with a grayed teal weft that softens the underlying warp colors. There is a black accent stripe on one end of the scarf. The scarf has a lovely drape and is long enough to be worn doubled or knotted. Content: 100% tencel Measures approx. 8 3/4” x 78" excluding the 5 1/2” twisted fringe. Care instructions: Hand washing recommended. …
Leslie Strong saved to Weaving
This week we are featuring a warm & cozy alpaca scarf by Morgan Hale. Using our 3/10 Alpaca Weaving Yarn, Morgan wove this colorful design using alternating twill blocks to create a unique optical illusion.
Gist Yarn saved to Free Weaving Patterns
Images via Koron007 Centuries ago, fabric was a rare and precious commodity only the wealthy could afford. So people treasured old and worn-out pieces of clothing to recycle and reuse in order to make new clothes. Thus the sakiori was born. Sakiori comes from the word "saki" which means to tear up or rip and "ori" which means weave. Recycling old fabric remnants into sakiori weavings follows the Japanese indispensable concept of “mottainai” or not wasting precious cloth that can prolong the…
Learn to weave your own Hero Cowl using a rigid heddle loom.
Loretta Armstrong saved to Weaving