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Whig Rose

Continuing with overshot, I wove two table runners (or maybe more accurately, one loooooong runner, and one table square/topper) in the Whig Rose design from A Handweaver’s Pattern Book by Marguerite Porter Davison. I used Venne organic 2/16 cotton in … Continue reading

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Organic Cotton Towels

I recently decided to try the 315-4 towels I wove here again, paying attention to the notes I made last time when I wove them.  Although I had said that  I didn’t like the stripes, I tried them again, only weaving have … Continue reading

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New! Organic Cotton Sewing Thread

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You may ask why I would start to carry sewing thread.  Well, after I recently finished weaving a beautiful set of dish towels in organic 2/8 cotton (blog post to follow on that soon) and I had to hem the towels, … Continue reading

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Third Time’s A Charm

Back when I was weaving the overshot runner (see here), I met a much more experienced weaver and I told her my tale of woe on this project.  We discussed a few possibilities and then she asked what yarn was I … Continue reading

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315-4

315-4 refers to the threading and the threading for the towels below, it comes from A Weaver’s Book of 8-Shaft Patterns. I have seen a few pictures of this draft woven as tea towels and scarves on various blogs and … Continue reading

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More 2/8 Organic Cotton

More 2/8 organic cotton has been added to the shop:   Be sure to check out all the colours we have in stock at:  http://www.justknitting.ca/louet-organic-cotton/ Happy weaving, Kelly

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I Give Up

I decided to revisit the overshot runner project with the 2/16 mercerized cotton warp.  But instead of trying to continue on the existing warp, I decided to make a new warp and put it on another loom.  I made a … Continue reading

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