Understanding the Weave Structure 25 Projects to Practice Your Skills
by Susan Kesler-Simpson
Add Shadow Weave to your repertoire with Susan Kesler-Simpson's easy-to-follow instructions.
Susan's approach is to first break down the structure of Shadow Weave so that any level weaver can understand how alternating light and dark threads in both warp and weft can present a dominant motif outlined with an identical shadow. She walks you through how the structure builds and weaves, and once you comprehend how the weave structure works, you will be able to weave any of the 25 project patterns in the book. You will also have the knowledge to transform other drafts to Shadow Weave, or to design your own Shadow Weave pattern.
About this author
Susan Kesler-Simpson is passionate about fiber arts and breaking down weaving techniques so that even beginners can learn the basic concepts. She is the author of the successful Overshot Simply and has a B.S. and M.A. in Clothing, Textiles, and Design from the University of Nebraska. She enjoys teaching weaving and working in other crafts such as knitting, spinning, and crocheting. She resides in Danville, Pennsylvania.
Imprint: Stackpole Books
Binding: Paperback / softback
Dimensions: 10.92 in x 8.51 in