Item description for Overshot is Hot!: The Best of Weaver's (Best of Weaver's series) by Madelyn Van Der Hoogt & Alexis Xenakis...
With more than 30 of the best overshot projects compiled from 20 years of Weaver's magazine and Prairie Wool Companion, this weaver's reference combines step-by-step instructions with weaving theory. Such projects as heirloom linens, traditional coverlets, and colorful modern applications for scarves, table toppers, and wall hangings are presented, covering everything a crafter needs to know to design fabulous fabrics in overshot and its cousin star-and-diamond weave. Both beginners and advanced weavers working on at least four-shaft looms will delight in the projects provided.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 9" Height: 11" Weight: 0.98 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2008
Publisher Xrx Books
ISBN 1933064110 ISBN13 9781933064116
Availability 6 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 27, 2016 06:34.
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More About Madelyn Van Der Hoogt & Alexis Xenakis
Madelyn van der Hoogt is the former editor of "Weaver's" magazine and the editor of "Handwoven" magazine and the Best of Weaver's series. She lives in Coupeville, Washington. Alexis Xenakis is the publisher of "Knitter's Magazine," He lives in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Madelyn Van Der Hoogt currently resides in Coupeville, in the state of Washington.
Reviews - What do customers think about Overshot is Hot!: The Best of Weaver's (Best of Weaver's series)?
wow! overshot Sep 6, 2008
When I started weaving MANY years ago, overshot just fascinated me. However, it did seem regulated to doing placemats and napkins and I quickly lost interest. This book has renewed my interest in trying this "basic" weave structure in new and exciting ways -- now, I just need to find the time to try some of Madelyn's excellent suggestions!