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Handwoven Table Linens: 27 Fabulous Projects From a Master WeaverN detail I just cannot understand the weft weave especially which color Thread Is Used When is used when cannot find definitions for the terms he uses It was difficult to determine whether it was written for sinking or rising shed looms because the book does not outright say it The drafts are intermixed with numbers and Xs Finally on page 53 he says Remember the pattern shows where we leave the shafts down I uess I should not have started out with this book as a fairly new weaver I admit to aspiring to own and weave on a 4 shaft or 8 shaft loom but I currently Have A Pin Loom An Inkle Loom a pin loom an inkle loom a 25 wide rigid heddle loom Because I very much like Tom Kniseley s teaching style I purchased Handwoven Table Linens It is a very informative and approachable weaving volume Tom Kniseley s books and videos make one feel as if she can accomplish weaving any of the projects I lament that I do not have a multi shaft loom Perhaps one day some really ood ideas I always leave Tom Knisely books with my head buzzing with ideas and colour combinations This is no exception From mug rugs through placemats and napkins to table runners and tablecloth Well worth having in your weaving library I purchased this book when it first came out I was initially pleased and made place mats by using one of the patterns They came out well and I had no problems I recently completed a warp to make Serendipity one of the attractive patterns featured in the book I reviewed the directions for threading but counting up the number of ends I would need and comparing the count with the pattern in the book I had a different count I recounted several times and even tried several ways of adding things up but my end count remained the same I assume that I misunderstood the sparse directions which were not clear It would have taken little effort to include Needed to realize your vision for these special itemsTom has found inspiration from things as varied as china patterns a classic Spode Christmas tree and traditional weaving patterns such as Shadow Weave Wheel of Fortune and Star of Bethlehem For each pattern he outlines the materials you need how to set up your loom and the pattern to weave Add your own dash of inspiration if you choose different colors an. Lear instructions I will not waste the warp I will use for another project but it won t be from this book Lots of techniues are shown in this book There are 27 projects with drafts yarns and directions for 4 and 8 shaft looms From rosepath to uigley there are lots of my favorite weave structures in this book You may want to weave the projects as iven or use them for my favorite weave structures in this book You may want to weave the projects as Michaels Discovery (The Devaneys given or use them for for your own colors and yarns A dozen of the fabrics are I purchased multiples of this book toive as ifts to my weaving friends and am book to ive as Life Changing Smiles gifts to my weaving friends and amlad I did This is a very straightforward collection of useful linen designs with reat pictures and instructions but not so comprehensive to be overwhelming to someone who is relatively new to weaving Speaking as someone in that position this was uite refreshing Light and thin enough to pack in a day satchel this book can o anywhere with you and provide inspiration for your own designs and doesn t take up much room in a weaving caddy either Very pleased Love the pictures and ideas Even a novice could follow the detailed instructions It is very beautifully done I didn t think I d be excited to weave towels but I have a whole new respect for how color can make something simple into something awesome Can t wait to try some of these I love the narrative in this book but if you were pulled in by the teaching line there isn t actually much explanation as to how different weave structures work just threading charts There are interesting history tidbits to o with each different pattern The projects in the book are not explained There are not enough details to make these trouble free unless you are above intermediate skills The lack information looks like it was just copied and pasted from Pinterest There are several help sites for the book non of them hosted by this author I returned my book. D make each piece your ownThe 27 patterns include simple weaves worked on 2 and 4 harness looms as well as complex weaves reuiring harnesses Because Tom is at heart a teacher he also chose each project with the thought that it should add to your weaving repertoire in some way The techniues you learn as you work on the projects in this book are things that you can adapt and use down the road in future weaving.

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Listen I love Tom Knisely He s a rock star in our weaving world I have all of his videos and books thus far I don star in our weaving world I have all of his videos and books thus far I don know if it was the anticipation of waiting for this one or what but I was disappointed Several of the designs have been done and done again You see several of them on the various weaving roups The one that stands out most in my mind is the M and W napkins do a search on Pinterest and there s dozens and dozens of towels and napkins of the very same thing If you are a beginner weaver you are probably oing to have a hard time There S No Explanationdirections As You Get In Handwoven If s no explanationdirections as you et in Handwoven If ve done a few warps you probably won t have any difficulty but just know it s just the draft with the colorsize of yarns used in each design It almost pains me to write this If you still aren t sure do check through the Look Inside link It shows you exactly what is in there and if you o to the Rosepath Twill Placemats you ll see exactly how each project is layed out I could be wrong I don t think this link was available when I project is layed out I could be wrong I don t think this link was available when I ordered the book You can t win them all and Tom I still love you OK book not fantastic Some info is in the prelude some is on the pattern page Definitely not for beginners who don t understand calculating length of warp for how many place mats etc I think it s better to ive that information in a little box or Men Are Like Waffles--Women Are Like Spaghetti Devotional Study Guide graph with each and every project What has an authorot to lose with this step since it s not being hand printed and promotes better understanding for all weavers at every stage of their progressThe photos are very nice as well as the personal stories of using table linensBut the details are lacking for my beginner friends Definitely advanced I successfully wove Hot off the Grill placemats and they are beautiful but I am struggling with uigley The directions are scant Master weaver Tom Knisely presents patterns and ideas to spruce up your table with new weavesTom Knisely author of bestseller Rag Rug Weaving and Handwoven Baby Blankets has now turned his attention to one of the most popular categories of weaving table linens Placemats runners tablecloths and napkins play a central role in creating the look of a dining room or kitchen table and this book ives you the tools. ,

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