Weaving Today Publishes 4 Free Weaving Projects

Weaving Today publishes a free instructional eBook with free hand weaving projects for beginners. The free weaving projects in this eBook offer two beautiful woven towels and two elegant handwoven placemat patterns.
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Dec. 9, 2011 - PRLog -- Loveland, Colo.: The weaving experts from Weaving Today have put together an informative eBook, available for download today. This free eBook is great for brand new weavers – or for experienced weavers looking for a weaving project that is both relaxing and uncomplicated. Each hand weaving project is easy to accomplish and includes step-by-step instructions to complete it quickly and successfully.

The Free eBook can be Downloaded at: http://www.weavingtoday.com/weaving-projects/

Free Weaving Project #1
Playing with Stripes by Jean Korus

Weaving towels are a great way to experiment with a stripe design.  These easy-to-weave striped dishtowels can add a splash of colorful stripes to any kitchen. With this step-by-step instructional eBook, a variety of different towels can be made in any desired color combination.

Free Weaving Project #2
Huck Windows, Dish Towels in Linen and Lace by Marjorie Erickson

Marjorie Erickson's Huck Windows handwoven towel design came from inspiration for a 2001 weaving guild contest. The challenge was to weave a 4-shaft huck dish towel on a Mountain Loom. As a beginner to weaving with huck lace and linen fibers, she set out to win her guild a brand new loom. She constructed a number of 4-shaft huck designs and her guild's favorite won them the new loom! This free weaving project incorporates the huck lace structure using linen – the fiber of choice for a quality handwoven towel.

Free Weaving Project #3
Elegant Placemats by Suzie Liles

Handwoven placemats are great for the beginner or the experienced weaver alike. With this free weaving project, a woven placemat using inexpensive yarn that is quick to weave is a made possible. Of all the testimonials Suzie Liles received in her years of successfully selling her woven placemat crafts, her favorite came from a bed and breakfast owner returning to buy more because of their versatility with different table settings and how easily they washed. This free weaving project can be woven in any color – Suzie suggests natural colors, because they can look more elegant and provide great wedding gifts.

Free Weaving Project #4
Anything but Plain, Twelve Placemats on One Warp by Janet Dawson

These handwoven placemats are all about color. The weave structure and the weaving is kept simple. This free weaving project is for a set of twelve different but coordinated handwoven placemats from just one warp. Janet Dawson provides warping tips and design suggestions to weave a placemat in any desired color combination.

The Free eBook can be Downloaded at: http://www.weavingtoday.com/weaving-projects/
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