Huck Lace Weaving Patterns with Color and Weave Effects: 576 Drafts and Samples plus 5 Practice Projects
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Join expert weaver and teacher Tom Knisely in his exploration of Huck Lace. “Lace weaves” are best described as loom-controlled warp and weft floats on a Plain Weave ground fabric. The term color and weave effects refers to a careful arrangement of light and dark colored threads in the warp and weft that weave into beautiful patterns. With 144 patterns and 4 color themes for each pattern, that’s 576 combinations. Each pattern in this book includes the full draft and a woven sample for reference.
Schact Spindle Review:
"Tom Knisely’s Huck Lace Weaving Patterns is stuffed with 144 unique patterns and contains 576 drafts and samples to reference. He describes how Huck Lace differs from other lace techniques. Knisely walks through the basics of reading a draft, tying up treadles, and finishing the cloth. The book guides you on how to pick the best color combinations and yarn to weave with. He also provides five projects to follow. From scarfs to baby blankets to towels, Knisely showcases the multiple different ways that Huck Lace can be used. From beginners to expert weavers, Huck Lace Weaving Patterns is sure to have a pattern that challenges and excites you."
- Hardcover: 224 pages
- Publisher: Stackpole Books (Oct. 28 2019)
- Language: English