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A Handweaver's Pattern Book

af Marguerite Porter Davison

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Pick the perfect pattern every time!Sought after for nearly a century, A Handweaver's Pattern Book is the venerable compendium of weaving patterns found in early 20th century America by Marguerite Davison. Weavers of all experience levels can learn everything from basic twills to over-shot and irregular patterns.Often hailed "the handweaver's bible," this collection of patterns is complemented with fascinating textile history and helpful black-and-white photos. Numerous treadlings, illustrated with over 1,200 weavings, accompany each design that inspire innovation for expert weavers as well as provide helpful information for weavers who have yet reached that level. Davison also includes a yarn comparison chart in this comprehensive and highly visual guide.Perfect for both commercial and home weavers, this extensive handbook of strikingly diverse patterns will keep any four-harness weaver busy for years to come!… (mere)
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Weaver's preferred any edition/printing with the GREEN cover, not the red cover which weavers state is an abridged version of the original. A weaver on Facebook group wrote "The green version and red version are two different books. The green version is the one most beginning weavers want as it has thread by thread patterns to follow. The red version contains profile drafts for weaving overshot or other weave structures. You need to know how to render the drafts from profile to thread by thread in the structure you choose as there is little instruction."
  RSHMWeave | Jun 30, 2020 |
This is the definitive book on four shaft weaving. It isn't a new publication, and everything illustrated is in black and white, but you could weave forever using nothing but the drafts in this book. It is particularly valuable as a reference for traditional overshot designs, some of them quite large and complex. Hundreds of drafts and lots of historical material as well.

The drafts in this book are intended to be used on a sinking shed loom. You can weave them on a rising shed loom and they will appear on the under surface of the cloth as it is being woven, or just convert the tie ups by putting 0's in all the empty tie up boxes and leaving the boxes with X's in them blank. ( )
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Pick the perfect pattern every time!Sought after for nearly a century, A Handweaver's Pattern Book is the venerable compendium of weaving patterns found in early 20th century America by Marguerite Davison. Weavers of all experience levels can learn everything from basic twills to over-shot and irregular patterns.Often hailed "the handweaver's bible," this collection of patterns is complemented with fascinating textile history and helpful black-and-white photos. Numerous treadlings, illustrated with over 1,200 weavings, accompany each design that inspire innovation for expert weavers as well as provide helpful information for weavers who have yet reached that level. Davison also includes a yarn comparison chart in this comprehensive and highly visual guide.Perfect for both commercial and home weavers, this extensive handbook of strikingly diverse patterns will keep any four-harness weaver busy for years to come!

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