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Title:
Welcome To Weaving The Modern Guide.
ISBN:
9780764356315
Publication Information:
Schiffer Publishing Ltd 2018/10
General Note:
[Hardcover]
Abstract:
Designed for modern makers looking for a book that will continue to inspire them as their skill grows. Lindsey Campbell, the weaver behind the popular blog and brand HelloHydrangea, teaches more than 50 techniques plus 20 stylish projects for weavers of all skill levels. With 700 detailed photos, Campbell offers just the right blend of learning, encouragement, and great weaving results. An easy tutorial helps you to make your own loom that can be used to complete each project. Learn basic terms and skills for beginner weavers, such as warp and weft, and how to keep your sides straight. Sections on intermediate and advanced techniques and concepts, such as gradients, patterns, and how to add embellishments, give you room to grow your skills. Weave more than 20 projects meant to inspire ongoing creativity, from simple practice tapestries to intricate, usable woven projects like a zippered pouch and (yes) a woven chandelier. All of the techniques and weavings can be completed on the loom introduced at the beginning of the book.

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Summary

Designed for modern makers looking for a book that will continue to inspire them as their skill grows. Lindsey Campbell, the weaver behind the popular blog and brand Hello Hydrangea, teaches more than 30 techniques plus 17 stylish projects for beginners to intermediate-leve weavers. With 400+ detailed photos, Campbell offers just the right blend of learning, encouragement, and great weaving results. An easy tutorial helps you to make your own loom that can be used to complete each project. Learn basic terms and skills for beginner weavers, such as warp and weft, and how to keep your sides straight. Sections on intermediate techniques and concepts, such as patterns and how to add embellishments, give you room to grow your skills. Weave more than17 projects meant to inspire ongoing creativity, from simple practice tapestries to intricate, usable woven projects such as a necklace and (yes) a woven chandelier.


Author Notes

Lindsey Campbell is the artist behind Hello Hydrangea. She has taught thousands of students how to weave through her online ecourses. Her work has been seen in Nordstrom, Anthropologie, Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft, Design*Sponge, Simply Homemade Magazine, and The Huffington Post. www.hellohydrangea.com