Table Linen Weaving Patterns
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|Summer Winter Placemats|
Summer and Winter placemats woven in 8/2 cotton
|Hemp Rep Weave Placemats|
Placemats woven with hemp and cotton chenille yarns.
|Paper Yarn Placemats|
Placemats and table runner handwoven with paper and hemp yarns.
Summer and winter draft with 16/2 cotton set at 30 epi, woven by Andree Royer.
Double Faced Placemat
An overshot placemat woven using Bralon yarns, by Francois Brassard.
Huck Lace Tablecloth
A 60" hucklace tablecloth woven using 8/2 Orlon acrylic yarns, by Ghislaine Fiola.
A 51" 10 shaft huckaback lace tablecloth woven using 16/2 mecerized cotton sett at 30 epi, woven by Ghislaine Fiola.
A 4 shaft huckaback design using 8/2 Orlon acrylic sett at 18 epi, woven by Huguette Gilbert.
Eileen of the Edmonton Weavers Guild gives instructions for weaving a lace tablecloth, based on a Davison design.
These placemats create a country-stryle atmosphere to a dining room table, woven with cotton carpet warp and a variation on a log cabin draft.
A 56" wide overshot tablecloth, woven of 16/2 polyester warp, and 8/2 acrylic white yarns woven by Andree Royer.
Summer and Winter Valentine Placemat
Red and white reversible valentines, using Olron acrylic, woven by Jeanette Hamel Bellefeuille.
8 Shaft Hin und Wieder
Marjie Thompson of the Weavers Guild of Boston adapted this 19th century 16 shaft design to 8 shafts for the guild's Winter 1996 Bulletin.
Plaid placemats and coasters woven with 16/2 mercerized cotton and cotton boucle yarns, by Monique Deshais.
Warp-faced table runner in black and white Orlon acrylic, woven by Agathe Desjardins.
Textured Plaid Party Napkins
Joyce Robards designed these party napkins woven in 20/2 cotton, using a textured plaid as a 3 colour repeat pattern.
Textured Stripe Placemats
Textured stripe placemats are woven using acrylic rug yarns, by the Edmonton Weavers Guild.
|Jacquard's Web: How a Hand-Loom Led to the Birth of the Information Age
From the Industrial Age to the Information Age, connecting the loom to thefirst proper computer.
UK: Jacquards Web
|Mastering Weave Structures
How to design threadings, channel the design power of the tie-up, and make the most of threading options, as well as understand fibers, setts, and color interactions.
UK: Mastering Weave Structures
|Favorite Scandinavian Projects to Weave: 45 Stylish Designs for the Modern Home
A collection of 45 different furnishing textiles: colorful blankets, fanciful table runners, classic curtains, and embroidered hand towels.
UK: Favorite Scandinavian Projects to Weave
|Rug Weaving Techniques: Beyond the Basics
Concise instructions and explanatory diagrams techniques for plain weave, twill and block weaves.
UK: Rug Weaving Techniques
|Weaving Made Easy: 17 Projects Using a Simple Loom
The small, portable rigid heddle loom can be used to easily produce loose, drape-friendly fabric as well as dense, sturdy material.
UK: Weaving Made Easy
|The Weaver's Idea Book: Creative Cloth on a Rigid Heddle Loom
Techniques include leno, Brooks bouquet, soumak, and embroidery on fabric.
UK: Weavers Idea Book
|Collapse Weave: Creating Three-Dimensional Cloth
Collapse cloth when removed from the loom and washed, takes on an entirely different appearance as the threads draw up and create puckers.
UK: Collapse Weave
|The Weaver's Studio: Doubleweave
How to weave a tube, and a tube within a tube.
|Hands on Rigid Heddle Weaving
Wonderful projects and plain-weave variations, this user-friendly guide covers choosing, setting up, and weaving on a rigid heddle loom.
UK: Hands on Rigid Heddle
|The Woven Bag: 30+ Projects from Small Looms (Writers Digest Guides)
Each bag is created using small looms, such as potholder looms, frame looms and knotted mesh looms.
UK: The Woven Bag