Seller
Your price
£12.69
RRP: £22.99
Save £10.30 (45%)
Dispatched within 3-4 working days.

Weaver's Idea Book

Creative Cloth on a Rigid-Heddle Loom

By (author) Jane Patrick
Format: Spiral bound
Publisher: Interweave Press Inc, Loveland, CO, United States
Published: 28th Jul 2010
Dimensions: w 230mm h 231mm d 34mm
Weight: 1070g
ISBN-10: 1596681756
ISBN-13: 9781596681750
Barcode No: 9781596681750
Synopsis
Use one of the world's simplest tools to explore the creative possibilities of cloth! The Weaver's Idea Book presents a variety of patterns for simple rigid-heddle and harness looms, complete with sample swatches for drafts and project ideas. Beginning and experienced weavers on the lookout for new weave structure patterns will be drawn to the multitude of designs in The Weaver's Idea Book.

New & Used

Seller Information Condition Price
-New£12.69
+ FREE UK P & P

What Reviewers Are Saying

Submit your review
Newspapers & Magazines
As a guide for beginners and practiced weavers Jane Patrick's book is inspirational. Although specifically aimed at the rigid heddle loom, the 200 pages hold a wealth of information on weave structures and patterns that can be used on many looms. The spiral bound, textbook-style layout is good, with clear section separation, and the chapters take you up a hierarchy of difficulty. I felt comfortable with plain, finger-controlled and pick up weaves, then I marvelled in awe at sections on warp and weft-faced frabrics and working with two heddles. There is a nod to garment and item construction in the guise of a few set pieces, but the book's real strength is in opening a treasure chest of weaving possibility to new or relatively inexperienced weavers. Each section provides a soft kaleidoscope of samples which I have already been tempted to replicate. The book will doubtless remain a good source book to refer to for new creative ideas and inspiration. However, the book might give the absolute beginner a puzzle at times, as it is not always clear and sometimes repetitive. Generally though, the book was a joy to read and is unlikely to gather dust on my bookshelf.-Journal for Weavers Spinners & Dyers