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The Weaver's Studio: Doubleweave

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Revisit the Magic of Doubleweave

Master weaver Jennifer Moore revisits her best-selling title The Weaver's Studio:Doubleweave, adding new information and even more techniques. This reimagined book retains all of the insight and instruction weavers loved in the first edition, plus four exciting new projects. This revised and expanded edition includes several never-before-seen additions to help you master the magic of doubleweave:

-Learn to weave triple width fabric with a contrasting structure in the center panel.
-Discover Jennifer's new Double Rainbow system of working with a rotation of six colors on 4 and 8 shafts.
-Finish your work more effectively while exploring one of the most intriguing weave structures.
...And so much more!

With Jennifer Moore's expert guidance and innovation, you'll learn to think about doubleweave in fresh and creative ways and adapt this structure to the number of shafts you have. With The Weaver's Studio:Doubleweave Revised and Expanded, you'll unlock the full potential of your loom and defy the limits of traditional weaving!


Doubleweave Basics

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Doubleweave on a 4-Shaft Loom Online Workshop  

Get access to the most comprehensive resource for doubleweave, from winding a double warp, to setting up your loom, to weaving a sampler with 10 doubleweave techniques with this online workshop.

Diagrams and drafts throughout the workshop detail the threading tie-up, and treadling sequences for a variety of doubleweave samples and variations. Included is an in-depth section on doubleweave pick-up.


Doubleweave Basics

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Block Doubleweave on 8 Shafts

This online workshop with Jennifer Moore focuses on block structure in doubleweave, which lets you weave separate blocks independently of one another. During this workshop you will cover the basics of doubleweave on eight shafts and the theory behind block doubleweave.