Weavers will love this intriguing collection of projects in fabrics that magically defy the flat plane, and bend, pucker, bump, and pleat. This comprehensive work begins with in-depth information about the unusual structures and fibers that add dimension. Inspiring photographs show an appealing range of projects: scarves, shawls, bags, totes, jackets, jewelry, and more. Techniques include collapse, pleats, seersucker, waffle weaves, cord weaves, and honeycombs. A wide range of special finishing and fulling tips are featured. Even more valuable than the project details is the confidence this wealth of information gives readers to continue to explore an exciting subject. Fabrics That Go Bump gathers under a single cover more than thirty out-of-print articles from Weaver`s magazine and Prairie Wool Companion. For over twenty years, these magazines have served as primary sources of instruction, innovation, and inspiration in the world of handweaving.