Includes bibliographical references (p. 158) and index.
|Statement||by Donna Lee Sullivan.|
|LC Classifications||TT848 .S854 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||96009401|
With more than 30 of the best overshot projects compiled from 20 years of Weaver's magazine and Prairie Wool Companion, this weaver’s reference combines step-by-step instructions with weaving theory. Such projects as heirloom linens, traditional coverlets, and colorful modern applications for scarves, table toppers, and wall hangings are presented, covering everything a crafter needs to know to design fabulous fabrics in overshot /5(21). Chapter 8 is a grouping of small items that can be woven using overshot, such as keyrings, buttons, necklace medallion, book covers, purse. After those 7 chapters are the projects. The 37 projects include baby blankets, shawls and scarves, curtains, table runners, belts, Christmas ornaments, coasters, tablecloth, napkins, cape, poncho/5(24). This book features the original sample collection and handwritten drafts of the talented, early 20th century weaver, Bertha Gray Hayes of Providence, Rhode Island. She designed and wove miniature overshot patterns for /5(40). — Peggy Osterkamp, author Weaving for Beginners "Here is the go-to handbook for every rigid-heddle weaver. Especially groundbreaking is Syne’s easy-to-follow method for translating 4-shaft weaves to the rigid-heddle loom, including twill, shadow weave, overshot, and more."/5().
The number of overshot drafts available in weaving texts is incredibly vast. Check the Overshot Bilbliography, pages 16–17, for a complete list of sources. The heyday of overshot weaving took place from the settling of the American colonies up to the Civil Size: 2MB. And my own collection of books that I pulled together information from: The Key to Weaving: A textbook of hand weaving for the beginning weaver by Mary E. Black. Mastering Weave Structures by Sharon Alderman. And the book that got me fascinated with overshot in the first place, A Handweaver’s Pattern Book by Marguerite P. Davison. Category: Overshot The Mournin’ Max Weaver’s Challenge toolkit has arrived. Octo 10/13 There are four parts of the “Mournin’ Max” Weaver’s Challenge toolkit. 1. The “Mournin’ Max” – Celebrating years of distance learning in hand weaving. An e-book to telling the story of how and why this project came. An overshot draft scanned from “A Handweaver’s Pattern Book” by Marguerite P. Davison. Where I have highlighted in yellow, it says USE TABBY. What that means is that after every pattern shot, you want to use the alternating tabby shot to secure your pattern weft. So when you break down the treadling pattern step by step.
Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month of 35 results for Books: "overshot weaving" Skip to main search results. Compare book prices from over , booksellers. Find Weaving Overshot: Redesigning the Tradition () by Sullivan, Donna.4/5(7). Next Steps in Weaving has the answers you're looking for. In this beautiful book by Pattie Graver, former Managing Editor of Handwoven magazine, you'll be explore a variety of weave structures and concepts in depth and detail including twill, color-and-weave, overshot, summer and winter, and lace. This is not just a book of weaving patterns. This book also contains my process notes for the design and weaving of the sampler. 2. The “Mournin’ Max” Weaving Challenge Card Deck – A deck of cards that can support up to 6 weavers undertaking the challenge at the same time.