Shadow Huck Towels Pattern (By Megan Samms)
These shadow and huck woven kitchen towels are a generous size with a large lace field and dye work to mask kitchen stains. Cotton gives a soft loft to the cloth while linen is crisp, absorbent and hard working. Since these kitchen towels are of a generous size they can be used as such or as small table runners, baby towels, side table runners, hair towels or anything you can put your mind to!
This pattern was designed by Megan Samms, a textile designer, weaver, natural dyer, and restorative farmer. Megan lives and works on her traditional Mi’kmaw territory in rural Ktaqmkuk at the Katalisk Sipu (Codroy Valley, Newfoundland). As Newfoundland’s provincial representative on the Guild of Canadian Weavers and a juried member of the Craft Council of Newfoundland, Megan is committed to promoting high technical standards within her craft community. For more about Megan’s work, check out Live Textiles.
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To use this kit you will need access to a four-shaft loom with a minimum weaving width of 24 inches. You will also need a 10 dent reed.
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