Liz Gipson's Yarnworker Weave-Along-- Napkins Two Ways
Rigid Heddle Weaving with finger yarns!
For those itching to work with finer threads in finer setts, these two projects allow you to weave where you are. In the vein of the rag rug weave-along, Liz is offering you the choice of one of two projects—one single heddle, and the other, double heddle.
Choose from Two Patterns!! No Two Alike Napkins in Weaving Made Easy
This pattern uses a single heddle and doubles fine threads in a close sett that is woven in a single end. This allows you to pop the colors in the warp and create a fine cloth with drape, perfect for napkins.
Four-Sided Fringe Napkins in Handwoven Home uses the same idea, creating an even finer fabric, setting the yarn singly by using two heddles. Liz will also toss in some extra pattern ideas you can weave with two heddles and no pick-up sticks as seen in the Fresh Baked Bread Cloth, as seen in in Handwoven Home
Registration April 5, 2019!
The registration link will be available April 5, 2019. Liz will post the link to
Patrons first, then email the link to everyone who is on the Yarnworker mailing list who checked “weave-alongs” as a special interest.
Order Yarn Packs!
Order all the yarn and colors you'll need to Weave-Along with Liz! Choose below.