|Statement||edited by Thelma M. Nye.|
|LC Classifications||TT848 .N93 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||76132547|
Katherine answers that it is always for fun, because she never tires of Swedish weaving, whether it is creating a new design, stitching one of her many designs or charting patterns. Katherine has been inspired by some of the old pattern books from the s and ’40s/5(30). All of the Swedish Weave books by these authors have very similar patterns - any one of them is more than enough. A better choice for a first book might be ASN's Monk's Cloth Diamond Afghans, which offers a choice of traditional designs and somewhat clearer how-to instructions. It doesn't pretend to be more than it is.4/5(4). Filled withstep-by-step photos, color stitch charts, and informative drawings, this bookteaches a simple, straightforward needlework form that can be mastered and enjoyed by all ages: Swedish weaving, also known asHuck embroidery. It 5/5(2). Book back in stock! This book by Katherine Kennedy and published by Annie's, shows just how easy it is to learn Swedish Weaving and Huck Embroidery. The 12 beautiful and easy projects featured are simple enough for beginners and interesting enough for more experienced stitchers.
The Big Book of Weaving: Handweaving in the Swedish Tradition: Techniques, Patterns, Designs and Materials by Laila Lundell and Elisabeth Windesjo | out of 5 stars Cross stitching and needlework is made easy with this book. Craft book by Avery Hill contains 33 patterns for monk's cloth. Book features patterns and designs for Swedish weaving or Huck embroidery. All patterns can be stitched on monk's cloth, Huck toweling, Aida cloth or any other even weave fabric/5(14). This is one of the definitive books on Swedish Weaving/Huck Embroidery. Jeanne Tams takes you through everything you need to know to become an accomplished stitcher. Learn how to prepare your fabrics and then pick from over 65 patterns. Each design has a color photograph, a color-coded pattern, and written instructions. soft cover, pages. Huck (Swedish Weaving) This type of weaving is worked completely on the top of the fabric so the thread never appears on the back. This method distinguishes it from other similar weaving styles.
All books are in Swedish unless otherwise noted. However, many are nonetheless quite accessible to weavers who don't speak Swedish. In addition to distributing hard-to-find weaving books from Swedish presses, I am translating and republishing several important books here at Vävstuga also Videos by Vävstuga for my popular instructional videos. Brand new Book. These eight beautiful Swedish weaving afghan patterns by Katherine Kennedy are designed especially for Monk's Cloth. Stitching on Monk's Cloth is easy and it is the perfect fabric for creating cosy afghans, throws and baby blankets. Once upon a time, women graced their homes with beautiful linens embellished with hand stitchery of all kinds. Tablecloths, napkins, runners, pillowcases, handkerchiefs and more were a point of pride among women with social standing. In the s and '40s, Swedish weaving and huck embroidery were among the most popular needlecraft techniques.4/5(23). This book by Katherine Kennedy shows how easy it is to learn Swedish Weaving and Huck Embroidery. The small and easy projects featured are great for classes, and the full-color charts make learning the pattern simple. 48 pages.