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Weaving Books Best of Handwoven Weaving with Linen  eBook Printed Copy
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Best of Handwoven Weaving with Linen - eBook Printed Copy Weaving Book

Author: Handwoven
44 pgs. (paper, color)
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Linen, for weavers, has a mystique unlike that of any other yarn. Weavers are afraid to use it, yet we admire any fabric woven in it and associate it with the finest threads and most complex structures—especially lace weaves and damasks.

Linen fabrics have a hand that defies description: a firm gleaming surface with an unbelievable drape. If you have been afraid to try weaving with linen, this eBook can be your personal guide to success. If you have already discovered linen’s joys, the projects included here (more than half on only four shafts) will inspire you to weave many more. Very experienced linen weavers share in these pages their tips and tricks for successful warping and weaving with linen.

Projects include placemats, runners, curtains, towels, and more. Although some use classic bleached and unbleached linen, many take advantage of the glorious array of colors currently available in plied linens.

This ebook, and all of Halcyon Yarn's ebooks, are printed in full color on acid-free coated stock, saddle-stitched and ready for immediate browsing and convenient posting next to your loom.

Vendor item: HYEbookEP10203
Item Number: 5534000E
Price: $15.95

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Best of Handwoven Weaving with Linen  eBook Printed Copy
Newport 162 Linen Yarn


• Project: Lacy linen lite: a runner by Norma Smayda
• From: Best of Handwoven Weaving with Linen - eBook Printed Copy
• Using: Newport 16/2 Linen Yarn
• Yarn requirements: 900 yd unbleached linen, he,s use sewing thread

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