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Weaving: A modern guide to creating 17 woven accessories for your handmade home

Mary Maddocks

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Quadrille Publishing Ltd
01 May 2020
Spinning & weaving; Interior design, decor & style guides
A modern guide to mastering the art of weaving through 17 stylish projects for your home.

Weaving, by its nature, is a gentle and slow craft. It forces you to take time away from the daily grind and reconnect with your natural surroundings.

In this beautiful new guide to weaving, Mary Maddocks brings this ancient art to the modern day. Packed with step-by-step tutorials and stunning lifestyle photography, this book starts with the basics; learn how to set up your loom, the essential stitches, discover how to create unique pattern and shapes - then explore your creativity further as you develop your own designs. The projects include wall hangings, cushion covers, a clutch bag, table mats, jewellery and more. Using organic materials and taking inspiration from the natural world, the projects in this book will encourage you to bring the outside into your home. The possibilities are endless.
By:   Mary Maddocks
Imprint:   Quadrille Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 253mm,  Width: 201mm, 
Weight:   630g
ISBN:   9781787135291
ISBN 10:   1787135292
Pages:   160
Publication Date:   01 May 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Mary Maddocks is a textile artist based in South Gloucestershire. About 4 years ago she bought a small hand loom and taught herself to weave during the evenings. It soon became an obsession and she started creating and subsequently selling her wall hangings. Having grown up in Wales and she is hugely inspired by the Welsh countryside, and this fed naturally into her weaving, which is heavily influenced by natural textures, colours and patterns. Mary also runs workshops and has taught has appeared at Latitude and Make More festivals.

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