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The Woven Home

Easy Frame Loom Projects to Spruce Up Your Living Space

Rainie Owen



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Page Street Publishing Co.
10 December 2019
Rainie Owen, crafting instructor and founder of The Unusual Pear, shows readers how easy it is to create the handwoven home accents that appear in popular design magazines and online. Through years of teaching workshops to beginner weavers, Rainie has developed simple, key techniques, for achieving a wide assortment of styles and patterns. Readers will learn to create a luxurious, thick fabric with the Tabby Weave and add trendy textures to their weavings with the Soumak Braid. All readers need is a small, affordable frame loom-easy to find at any craft supplier or build at home with Rainie's quick method.

Readers' handwoven textiles can be turned into amazing home accents, including a Geometric Throw Cushion, Market Tote, Faux Sheepskin Looped Rug and Framed Aztec Woven Artwork. Unlike knitting and crochet, there's no need to follow complicated patterns. Weaving is a satisfying, relaxing craft: the perfect activity while hanging out with friends or catching up on a favorite show. Customizable with colors, shapes and tassels, these projects fit any decorating style, and make fantastic gifts. Weavers looking for new projects, or beginners who want to pick up a quick, rewarding hobby, will enjoy adding these beautiful handcrafted items to their homes.

This book will have 20 projects and 75 photos.
By:   Rainie Owen
Imprint:   Page Street Publishing Co.
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 203mm,  Width: 229mm,  Spine: 15mm
Weight:   552g
ISBN:   9781624149894
ISBN 10:   1624149898
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   10 December 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Rainie Owen is a fiber artist, international weaving instructor and founder of the blog The Unusual Pear. Her original line of weaving looms is popular with both beginners and experienced weavers, and her woven wall-hangings are sold in her Etsy shop. Her work as been featured in Better Homes and Gardens and Mollie Makes, among other publications. She lives in Newcastle, Australia.

Reviews for The Woven Home: Easy Frame Loom Projects to Spruce Up Your Living Space

Filled with projects to inspire newbies and seasoned weavers alike, The Woven Home is a great gift to yourself or any crafter in your life. --Maryanne Moodie, author of On the Loom The Woven Home brings fresh content to the weaving community at large and would be a wonderful addition to any weaver's library. --Rachel Denbow, author of DIY Woven Art Rainie explains techniques in a way that will make anyone who loves yarn want to learn how to weave! --Lindsey Campbell, author of Welcome to Weaving From one of the original voices of modern weaving, Rainie's debut book is a must-read for weavers of all skill levels, looking to add a special, handmade touch to their homes! --Ashley Thurman, founder and CEO of FibreShare

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