Stitchips Twill Thrills
stitchips Twill Thrills is an electronic book delivered in a compact USB drive. Compatible with both Mac & Windows, stitchips are a great way to expand your craft library.
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Twill Thrills is the fourth book in the Best of Weaver's Series:Collections of treasured articles from 11 years of Weaver's magazine. This volume is a comprehensive study of twill—new twills and old twills, plain twills and fancy twills, twills on four shafts and twills on more. You will find everything you need to know to design and weave twill fabrics: straight, point, broken, zigzag, diamond, mixed twills, and more; twill blocks for color and imagery; the new advancing twills; the new networked twills; and 36 unique projects with complete, easy-to-follow directions. Twill is a miracle weave! You can make any kind of fabric—from rugs to gossamer scarves in twill. Its floats show any fiber—from shiny silks to nubbly novelties—to best advantage. The number of possible twill designs is truly infinite, especially if you use the ground-breaking new techniques of network drafting and advancing twills. This book is the only source that has it all! Edited by Madelyn Van Der Hoogt.
The digital content on stitchips are Rich PDFs that are optimized to work with both Mac and Windows based products, providing you with high-res text and images that will print with crispness. Charts and images will easily enlarge for your comfort. Rich PDFs provide internal and external linking. Click on a link in the Table of Contents and you’ll be taken right to that section. Links to websites are also provided where appropriate. Bookmarks and search functions will help you navigate your stitchips quickly and easily.
For best results, we recommend using Acrobat Reader (a free application from Adobe™) as a desktop application for viewing and printing. Acrobat Reader 6 or higher is required to take advantage of all the features listed above. This PDF can be transferred to your tablet with all of the same functionality when you use one of many apps (like iBooks in the iOS).