weaving without a loom

weaving without a loom



Written by S. R. Rainey


Hardcover vintage copy of Weaving Without a Loom. While weaving is traditionally done on a loom, this book inspires woven creation and experimentation off loom. In Weaving Without a Loom, both basic and advanced techniques are demonstrated using pencils, wire frames, and even tree branches to create beautiful woven textiles. Color photographs show how to weave unconventional materials such as reeds, paper, wood, burlap, plastic, and metal. These projects will engage children and adults alike by making it easy to perform special techniques like shaped wefts and directional warps, or to construct intricate textures that add unique interest.


In good used condition

First edition, 1970

Dimensions: 9.5"W x 9.25"L

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