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3-D Hand Loom Weaving: Sculptural Tools and Techniques

Sally Eyring Stacey Harvey-Brown

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Schiffer Publishing Ltd
01 August 2020
Spinning & weaving
Weaving the shape, not just shaping the cloth! Now, for the first time, handweavers have the tools and techniques to allow them to weave the 3-D shapes they want, on their own looms. Three new techniques are at the core of this exploration: weaving expanded areas, weaving dense areas, and weaving with infinite tensioning. By showing the benefits of challenging every aspect of the weaving process and breaking some of the old rules, Eyring helps handweavers free their skills to design the shapes they want to create, and then weave them. Start by understanding the terms invented to explain the processes, and the instructions for building the innovative weaving tools that make 3-D weaving possible. Instructions for using the new techniques offer clear details, options, and tips for making challenges work for you. With a minimum of new tools to build or loom modifications to make, three fast and easy projects allow you to try the techniques on a four- or eight- shaft loom - and to make an actual project rather than just a sample. Finally, a photo gallery of spectacular expert-level creations serves as a resource to inspire your next designs. If you dream in 3-D, why not learn to weave in 3-D? AUTHOR: Sally Eyring (Boston, Massachusetts) has been working with fiber and cloth innovation for decades. She teaches and lectures on weaving, sewing, and loom construction topics and is a winner of the Complex Weavers Award for Excellence. 260 colour images and diagrams
By:   Sally Eyring
Foreword by:   Stacey Harvey-Brown
Imprint:   Schiffer Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 279mm,  Width: 215mm, 
ISBN:   9780764359903
ISBN 10:   0764359908
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   01 August 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Spiral bound
Publisher's Status:   Active

Sally Eyring (Boston, Massachusetts) has been working with fiber and cloth innovation for decades. She teaches and lectures on weaving, sewing, and loom construction topics and is a winner of the Complex Weavers Award for Excellence.

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