- Author:Ann Sutton
- Publisher:Charles T. Branford (May 1, 1975)
- Pages:103 pages
- Subcategory:Crafts & Hobbies
- FB2 format1938 kb
- ePUB format1533 kb
- DJVU format1998 kb
- Formats:mbr lrf txt doc
Given the glorious photography in Ann Sutton's OTHER weaving books, I was very disappointed in this book. Most of the photographs are in black and white, but they are of colored bands, which makes it hard to tell which color is which, as they are just subtle shades of grey
Given the glorious photography in Ann Sutton's OTHER weaving books, I was very disappointed in this book. Most of the photographs are in black and white, but they are of colored bands, which makes it hard to tell which color is which, as they are just subtle shades of grey. The paper is not great for reproducing photographs. There are only two color photographs. One is of a very 1970's era maxi skirt made up of tablet woven bands. Most of the finished projects are also very dated looking.
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tablet weaving by ann sutton and pat holtom 1974 contents origin notes on the history of tablet weaving part 1 materials equipment how to start end treatments how to correct faults patterns for using up to 20 tablets reversals how to design how to apply braids and fringes part 2 materials other ways to prepare a warp luther hooper's device weaving with.
Tablet Weaving, Ann Sutton and Pat Holtom. Design is from the book 'Tablet Weaving Magic' by Otfried Staudigel. Reproduction of traditional Persian tablet weaving by instructor and author Linda Hendrickson. 50 Addictive weaving Tutorials to try this summer. Posts about Weaving written by freefallingfibers. What others are saying. Or at least I assume it's a tulip. Tulip Tablet Weaving.
Find nearly any book by Ann Sutton. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Textiles of Wales. ISBN 9780937274217 (978-37274-21-7) Hardcover, Lark Books, 1987.
In 2005 Ann Sutton was made both a Visiting Professor by the University of. .Sutton, Ann and Pat Holtom. London: Batsford, 1975
In 2005 Ann Sutton was made both a Visiting Professor by the University of the Arts, London, and Senior Fellow of the Royal College of Ar.In 2003 Sutton won first prize in the BPIF Fine Book Binding Awards and was also lead artist on the first phase of The Point arts centre development at Eastleigh, Hampshire (architects: Burrell Foley Fischer), Hampshire, with phase two following in 2010. London: Batsford, 1975. Sutton, Ann, Peter Collingwood, and Geraldine St. Aubyn Hubbard. Well, it turns out that there's much more to this book project than I realized. I'm very grateful to my friend and book designer, April Jou. ASpinnerWeaver: Free Interactive Patterns.
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Tablet Weaving (often card weaving in the United States) is a weaving technique where tablets or cards are used to create the shed through which the weft is passed. As the materials and tools are relatively cheap and easy to obtain, tablet weaving is popular with hobbyist weavers. Currently most tablet weavers produce narrow work such as belts, straps, or garment trims.