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WeavingBackToTheFuture: Double Weave Pick Up

WeavingBackToTheFuture: Double Weave Pick Up -Oooooh, I so wanna learn this! DebbiRYarn, can you hear me?

you can use any structure for Inlay weaving. This image uses a twill

I would love to use this for "the islands" cushions with trad patterns as the base.

Weaving pattern in damask by The Bushcrafter. Love these colours

I´m weaving in a loom. in Sweden we call this teqnique Munkabälte. Don´t know what to call it in english.This is going to be a pillow.

Ravelry: spes-ultimadea's Raining on my window

spes-ultimadea's Raining on my window

A FiberArtisan's Weaving Path: Sprang and doubleweave by Deanna Jill Deeds - excellent resources for sprang technique

A FiberArtisans Weaving Path: Sprang and doubleweave by Deanna Jill Deeds - excellent resources for sprang technique

Supplementary Beater- finished pick - from Real Fibers.com - weave loosely and beat with the undulated edge for a unique effect.

The Supplementary Beater ™ (Patent Pending) can be used on any loom and cloth up to wide. It has a varied undulating line that is completely controlled by the weaver.

らしい色合いで織られたのはMさん 真っ赤やトルコブルーを緯糸に使っても違和感まったくなし! 柄を正方形にするとパッチワークっぽい感じが増します...

Im thinking I could reproduce historical samples from the old textile sampler books and make this into a coverlet.

Pattern Weaving On Rigid Heddle Loom | My Mermaid Scarf freeform overshot technique – Weaving With Cats

My Mermaid Scarf freeform overshot technique

lisa-rayner: I’ve had questions on exactly how I am making my freeform overshot…

This post has two photos. Both have the same warp threads. One has orange weft. One has blue weft. The resulting fabrics look so different. Always amazed by this.

Pinner sez: This post has two photos. Both have the same warp threads. One has orange weft. One has blue weft. Always amazed by this.

The numbers of the Fibonacci sequence are widely found in nature and the relationship between them produces proportions that our human brains find especially attractive. It is no surprise, then, that they are also much used by designers in many fields. Two easy ways to introduce the Fibonacci numbers into weave design are as the basis for stripes or for shading between two colors.

Designs for Weaving With the Fibonacci numbers

Discover two easy ways to introduce the Fibonacci numbers into weave design as the basis for stripes or for shading between two colors. A FREE tutorial!

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