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Weaving Within Reach: Beautiful First Projects with and without a Loom

Anne Weil

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Clarkson Potter
29 October 2018
Spinning & weaving
The resurgence of the '70s in fashion and home decor has brought about a new trend in crafting- weaving. Anne Weil gives macrame, basket weaving, and other weaving skills a makeover with beautiful photography and styling with projects that can be made on various easily sourced looms--and even some that don't require a loom--and with just about any kind of material or fiber (including yarn, leather, and paper). Like Knitting Without Needles, the photography is light and bright, and the book's look is a little bit bohemian. Best of all, projects are organized by time commitment (one hour, weeknight, and weeknight projects), so readers can craft at their comfort level.
By:   Anne Weil
Imprint:   Clarkson Potter
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 216mm, 
Weight:   367g
ISBN:   9780451499219
ISBN 10:   0451499212
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   29 October 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

ANNE WEIL is the creator of the DIY blog Flax & Twine and a designer of craft, knit, and crochet patterns that have been published on sites such as Design*Sponge, Design Mom, Apartment Therapy, and the Huffington Post. She is also a member of Martha Stewart's small team of craft freelancers, producing monthly projects for the brand. The author of Knitting Without Needles, Anne teaches knitting classes nationwide at art retreats, local yarn stores, and online at Creativebug.com and Craftsy.com.

Reviews for Weaving Within Reach: Beautiful First Projects with and without a Loom

Expanding her crafting knowledge, [Anne's] new book focuses on weaving with 30 various projects where beginners and more seasoned weavers can make anything from soft baskets to plush blankets and more cozy crafts. --Martha Stewart Living


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