By Barbara Finwall
Книга содержит небольшие схемы вышивки крестом и идеи их применения в оформлении интерьера.
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Finish by weaving 8%" (22 cm) with bluegreen, to end with 44W (113 cm) of fabric, then weave 2" (5 cm) for a header as you did at the start. Finishing Secure the ends with knots or machine stitching. Wash the fabric by hand in hot soapy water until the glue joins rinse TOTE out and the cloth is fulled. Rinse with cool water and air or machine dry. The cloth, if packed tightly during weaving, will Prepare the Weft Fold the cotton fabric lengthwise into quarters. 8 cm) in width . healing cutting mat.
This shaggy effect is fun to do and would make a great accent on a bag or skirt. I used the same yarn for the loops that I used for the background weaving, and, as I wove along, I just pulled out huge loops randomly. I cut the loops after weaving and washing. 46 chapter 2: ftnger-controlled weaves •• MEDALLIONS DOTS Danish Medallions To make Danish medallions, sections of warp and weft are grouped together to create a pattern. The result can be lacelike or textured, depending on how you execute the medallions.
Trim fringe to desired length. Cut the rope in half. PURSE WITH SHOULDER STRAP Prepare the Weft Prepare the weft the same as for the tote. Weaving Untwist rope below each knot, then comb it with a fine comb to create fringe. The purse is woven basically the same as the tote, except that double fabric strips alternate with cotton carpet warp to create a lighter-weight fabric. Since the selvedge forms the top of the bag, take care to ensure a smooth tidy edge and be sure to twist the fabric strips at the selvedges.