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Weaving Patterns - Clothing and Accessories

Patterns for handweaving clothing, scarves, shawls, kimonos, fabrics.

rainbow weave

Crackle
Crackle weave using Foxfibre cottons.

Dimity Cord Silk Scarves
A free project for weaving silk scarves in Dimity Cord. Also some clip art buttons, and graphics for your webpage and desktop to match.

Double Width Weaving
How to weave a project, twice the width of your loom.

White Shawl
Marina wove a beautiful shawl: smooth wool, fluffy mohair, unmercerized cotton plied with gold, and shiny boucle rayon plied with wool, all in natural white.


Huck Lace Scarf
4 Shaft Huck lace scarf using 24/2 acrylic and silver metallic boucle yarn sett at 15 epi. Woven by Denise Beland.

Kimono Pattern
Kimonos are sewn from straight pieces of fabric making them a perfect project for your handwoven cloth.

Loom-Shaped Clothing
Gloria Vaughn Hann describes her method of designing clothing on the loom.

Linen Knot Belt
Handspun linen yarn and beads knot into an interesting belt for your wardrobe.

Polwarth Sweater
As part of her COE in Handspinning, Gwen Powell designed this sweater woven of hand-dyed and handspun Polwarth wool and silk.

Rayon Scarf
This summer and winter design uses rayon chenille yarn sett at 10 epi. Woven by Francine Paquet Blais.

Scarf in Silk Satin
Laurel Araghi is “crazy over textiles. Her scarf in silk satin is threaded in a 2 block 8 thread satin weave that shows her extraordinary craftsmanship and attention to detail.

Silk Butterfly Jacket
Handspun silk rags can be spun and made into an adornment for a jacket.

Wool Scarf
An 8 shaft design using superwash wool sett at 20 epi Woven by Francine Brassard.

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