On the Loom Huck Lace and more

It's been a while since I've woven any Huck Lace. A new to me pattern this one is from "Weavers Best Huck Lace." This pattern is by Dini Cameron, page 17. Huck Lace shows up best when a solid color is used in both the warp and weft. This is a scarf of 8/2 Lyocell... Continue Reading →

Linen and Huck

  Linen and Huck lace weave go beautifully together. The loom was threaded with a bleached 16/2 linen  in an 8 shaft Huck lace pattern. These two towels and the following gray towel were woven on this warp. The guild annual sale has come and gone. An amazing amount of work goes into putting on... Continue Reading →

Canvas weave towels

The weaving study group I belong to chose linen as their topic for the year. Individuals were to weave samples  with at least 50% linen. Linen needs to be used in the warp or weft, with no fibers blended with the linen. I have linen in my stash but do not weave with it very... Continue Reading →

Honeycomb for Spring

Next on the loom is a Honeycomb weave. It's funny in to have chosen this, since it is also know as an undulating weft effect and my previous post was on an undulating twill. The inspiration for this project came from shopping for a  bargain at the local "Big Lots" store. Here I found in... Continue Reading →

To Mangle or Not

A Mangle is a tool that adds beauty to finished Linen items. Linen that has been mangled is imparted with a sheen that is hard to attain by other methods. In modern society it might be viewed as an item of torture. Non electrified, this mangle requires manual labor, it goes against our modern society.... Continue Reading →

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