Big Weaving on a Small Loom – Fiona Daly

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This comprehensive guide to weaving big on your frame loom enables you to maximize your little loom to make large projects. Weave long warps up to 2 metres (6.5 feet) on a basic frame loom.

Aimed at both the beginner and the more experienced weaver, Fiona Daly guides you through all you need to know from dressing the loom, how to weave, and extending the warp, to a variety of patterned weave structures and highly textured techniques. These include waffle weave; extra-weft floats and tassels; leno/gauze weave; as well as classic weave structures such as houndstooth; check, and log cabin.

Including project patterns for eight contemporary, big projects for you and for your home, you can make an oversized scarf, a mesh shopping bag, a large wall hanging, a bath mat and textured cushions. Projects are designed using techniques explained in the book, incorporating beautiful, natural materials. Fiona stresses the use of sustainably sourced and native materials, including tips on how to find your local, sustainable yarn producers as well as repurposing existing yarns from second-hand garments and charity shops.

About Fiona Daly: Fiona Daly is a multi-award winning textile designer, maker and hand weaver. Her practice is craft- and research-led, focusing on sustainable textiles, local wool production, use of rare sheep breed wools and weave design. Her work has featured in Vav magazine, and she has an ever growing following on social media.

  • Weight – 640 g
  • Dimensions – 210 Ă— 270 mm
  • ISBN – 9781800920378
  • Book type – paperback / softback
  • Number of Pages – 144