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on 3 August 2005
Fabrics that go Bump - exactly what it says in the title, weaving with dimension. This book explores the endless possibilities of weaving and taking it onto another level for us handweavers that have re-discovered the ancient art of weaving.
Each chapter covers a particular effect in order to complete several projects from pleated scarves to honeycomb baby blankets and even a coat for your wee dog! Covering in depth 'ribs and cords', 'honeycomb and waffles', 'pleats, ridges and furrows' and 'puckers and poufs', this book explores creating exciting fabrics.
It is a definitive collection of useable fabrics woven on your own hand loom and concentrates on fabric structure to create the effect rather than to use fancy yarns. From design to finishing techniques, this book covers all what us beginners need to know in order to perfect our own weaving skills.
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