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Hemp Tapestry Pillow Weaving Pattern

A weaving pattern for a pillow woven using a doubleweave technique. […]

Hemp Rep Weave Placemat Pattern

A free weaving pattern for making placemats using hemp yarn. […]

Hemp Tea Towels Weaving Draft

A free weaving pattern for tea towels using hemp yarns. […]

Mirror Warp Throw Pattern

Weaving pattern for making a mirror warp throw. […]

Quilt Block Baby Blankets

Weaving project: Quilt Block Baby Blankets […]

Baby Blankets in Huck Lace

Baby Blankets in Huck Lace handwoven by Beny […]

Baby blankets in Gertrude's Fancy and Murphy's Diaper

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Finnish Lace Block Throw Pattern

Pattern for a Finnish Lace Block throw, woven in Foxfibre cotton […]

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