Interweave Handwoven September/October 2020 ArtNr.: 36574

Modern Flair

Modern Flair

Celebrate the weaving of the modern world and all the innovations available to weavers with the September/October 2020 issue of Handwoven devoted to Thoroughly Modern Weaving. The projects and articles in this issue explore weaving software, modern yarns such as Tencel and Seacel, and the ways weavers take advantage of the modern tools and resources available. Also in this issue, Tom Knisely talks about tying on warps, Sherry Taylor writes about Tlinglit weaver Lily Hope and her Chilkat weaving, and Christina Garton gives a brief history of hemp in the U.S.

Projects + Stories:

  • Notes from the Fell: Tying a New Warp to an Existing One by Tom Knisely

  • Weaving Programs: Fabulous Tools for the Modern Weaver by Deb Essen

  • Idea Gallery: Who Are You Wearing? by Toby Smith

  • Spotlight: Lily Hope: Tlinglit Weaver of Chilkat and Ravenstail by Sherry Taylor

  • A Weaver’s Journal of Endangered Flowers by Carol Irving

  • Traditions: Hemp: America’s Crop by Christina Garton

  • Yarn Lab: Silk from the Sea by Liz Moncrief

  • Endnotes: The Wow Factor by Sheila O’Hara

  • Overshot Redux by Barbara Mitchell (4-shaft)

  • Coalesce Shawl by Nancy Dunlap (4-shaft)

  • Seaside Magic in Turned Twill by Pattie Lamb (8-shaft)

  • Blue Morpho Butterfly by Margaret Zeps (5-shaft)

  • Delft Blue Napkins by Barbara Goudsmit (4-shaft)

  • Candy Cane Runner by Merriel Miller (8-shaft)

  • Ripplin’ Rep Runner by Marlene Lloyd (8-shaft)

  • Shibori Inspired Rag Rug by Sara Bixler (2- or 4-shaft)

  • An Epiphany of Ellipses by Debra K. Sharpee (4-shaft)

  • Houndstooth Bento Bag by Jennifer Miller Comstock (rigid heddle)

  • Turning Autumn Towels by Cynthia Newman (4-shaft)

  • Marine Silk Scarf by Liz Moncrief (2- or 4-shaft)

 

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Englisch
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Zeitschrift
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