Tom Knisely ✓ 2 Read & downloadThe projects in the "Book Are Not Explained "are not explained 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 eturned my book 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 go with each different pattern 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 "think I d be excited to weave towels but have a whole new espect for how color can make something simple into something awesome Can t wait to try some of these I purchased multiples of this book to give as gifts to my weav. 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 The Kaya-Girl runners tablecloths and napkins play a centralole in creating the look of a dining oom or kitchen table and this book gives you the tools. Ing friends and am so glad I did This is a "very straightforward collection of useful linen designs with great pictures and instructions but not so comprehensive to be overwhelming to someone "straightforward collection of useful linen designs with great pictures and instructions but not so comprehensive to be overwhelming to someone is elatively new to weaving Speaking as someone in that position this was uite efreshing Light and thin enough to pack in a day satchel this book can "go anywhere with you and provide inspiration for your own designs "anywhere with you and provide inspiration for your own designs doesn t take up much oom in a weaving caddy either Very pleased Lots
of techniues aretechniues are in this book There are 27 projects with drafts yarns and directions for 4 and 8 shaft looms From Graeco-Egyptian Magick rosepath to uigley there are lots of my favorite weave structures in this book You may want to weave the projects as given or use them for inspiration for your own colors and yarns A dozen of the fabrics are pictured on the cover Most of the projects are woven with cotton yarns Cotton is durable and will. Needed toealize 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. .
Wash well So table linens "is used here as a category of household textiles not literally All of these are "used here as a category of household textiles not literally All of these are to be used and enjoyed not saved for best 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 ecently completed a warp to make Serendipity one of the attractive patterns featured in the book I eviewed 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 ecounted several times and even tried several ways of adding things up but my end count emained the same I assume that I misunderstood the sparse directions which were not clear It would have taken little effort to include clear instructions I will not waste the warp I will use for another project but it won t be from this boo. D make each piece your ownThe 27 patterns include simple weaves worked on 2 and 4 harness looms as well as complex weaves euiring harnesses Because Tom is at heart a teacher he also chose each project with
the thought thatthought that should add to your weaving epertoire 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 oad in future weaving.