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Mirrix President Claudia Chase highly recommends this book for beginner tapestry weavers.This colorful, exciting book offers a rich source of stimulating and innovative ideas that will appeal to all abilities. Kirsten Glasbrook uses her evocative designs to illustrate the techniques with step-by-step guidance on how to create horizontal and diagonal lines, curves, motifs, shading, outlines, borders and more. Here you will discover all you need to know about tapestry weaving from choosing colors and winding warps to creating images and finishing off with tassels and beads.
This book is a beginning course for the person interested in learning how to do woven tapestry. It will give you the foundation you need to understand tapestry weaving and be able to express yourself in this wonderful medium.
This book includes information on the equipment and materials you'll need for weaving and instructions on doing the basic techniques that you need to know to complete your own tapestry. There is also information on finishing and mounting your tapestry for exhibition. Even if you have been weaving for awhile, Kathe has covered information on all aspects of tapestry weaving that will be a help to you. There are 108 pages of written information, diagrams, and photographs with a spiral binding so that you can lay the book flat beside your loom as a reference while you're weaving.
This kit accompanies Mirrix CEO Claudia Chase's online tapestry class that can be purchased at Craftartedu.com.
The class will teach you to make a sampler like the one pictured. It is the perfect chance to hone your tapestry skills and learn all the basic and some not-so-basic tapestry techniques.
We call this bracelet "golden times" because of the rich blend of gold iris beads and other colors that bring to the imagination moments before sunset.
A whole new world of weaving opened up when we made our first no warps to weave in bracelet. Using the No Warp-Ends Kit you'll only have two bracelet ends to finish, making this a fun and easy project that's perfect for beginner.
Your piece will be just as perfect as the ones you see in the picture. These bracelets are fascinating to look at and fun to wear. Make one for yourself and one for a friend.
Fast, easy and fun to make. Keep one and give the other away!
The core of this thread is silk fused with real gold. Each ply is comparable in thickness to Coats & Clark's cotton/poly sewing machine thread.
These were purchased these from a very reputable weaving house in Kyoto that has been out of business since the 70s. Once this inventory is gone, it is gone. This is quite possibly the last real gold fused thread you will find.
This gorgeous gold thread is perfect for weaving, kumihimo, embroidery and any other craft that needs a kick of beautiful gold!