Weaver's Craft Magazine

$6.45 Each

Weaver’s Craft, a quarterly publication by former Handwoven editor Jean Scorgie, features well-designed projects with special emphasis on creative expression in color and design. The projects are for beginning and intermediate weavers on four- to eight-shaft table or floor looms, with most of the projects for four-shaft looms.

Each issue centers around a topic, explaining concepts, discussing options, and illustrating processes step by step. It’s like having a teacher at your elbow guiding you with the information you need to learn and grow.

No advertisements, no filler, just information you can use to make your weaving highly rewarding.  Each issue is like a chapter in a book.  Imagine the possibilities!

Issue 31  - Warp Rep; Designing Warp Rep; Weft Strips Cut from T-Shirts

Projects and articles in this issue include: Stop and Go Rep Runners, Herringbone Rep Totes, Irish Beauty Rep Runner, Warp Rep Mug Rugs

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I wish there were more!

By Weavergirl

from Exeter, Ca.

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  • Engaging Articles
  • Fun To Read
  • Informative
  • Quality Photos

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    Comments about Issue 31  - Warp Rep; Designing Warp Rep; Weft Strips Cut from T-Shirts Weaver's Craft Magazine:

    A wonderful, informative magazine that is ad free. Each one devotes itself to one kind of weaving and not only shows how to do it, but gives lovely patterns to try. Just wish I had discovered it sooner. I have collected them all and wish there were more!!!!!

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