Fabrics That Go Bump (The Best of Weaver's Series)

Fabrics That Go Bump (The Best of Weaver's Series)

by Madelyn Van der Hoogt
     
 

Providing in-depth information about the unusual structures and fibers that add dimension to fabrics, this guide gathers under a single cover more than 30 out-of-print articles from Weaver's Magazine and Prairie Wool Companion. An appealing range of projects are featured, such as scarves, shawls, bags, totes, jackets, and jewelry. Techniques includeSee more details below

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Providing in-depth information about the unusual structures and fibers that add dimension to fabrics, this guide gathers under a single cover more than 30 out-of-print articles from Weaver's Magazine and Prairie Wool Companion. An appealing range of projects are featured, such as scarves, shawls, bags, totes, jackets, and jewelry. Techniques include collapse, pleats, seersucker, waffle weaves, cord weaves, and honeycombs, in addition to a wide range of special finishing and fulling tips.

Author Biography: Madelyn van der Hoogtis the editor of Handwoven Magazine and was the editor of Weaver's Magazine from 1988 to 1999. She is the author of two other books in the Best of Weaver's series, Huck Lace and Thick 'n Thin. She lives in Coupeville, Washington.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781893762114
Publisher:
Xrx Books
Publication date:
09/01/2002
Series:
Best of Weaver's series Series
Pages:
102
Product dimensions:
9.00(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.32(d)

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