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Hw Janfeb 2007 Toc

Hw Janfeb 2007 Toc

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JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2007, VOLUME XXVIII, NUMBER 1

28 32 36 40

FOR STARTERS BAMBOO MEETS ANGORA FOR A VERY SOFT SCARF by Loralee Schultz HONEYCOMB BAG IN BLACK AND WHITE by Sue Bleiweiss WARM AND FUZZY: FREE FORM PATTERN FOR SCARVES by Malin Selander NOW WE ARE EIGHT CHOOSE SHADOW WEAVE FOR DECORATIVE HOUSEHOLD TEXTILES by Sarah Saulson

44 48 52 56 60 64 68 72 74

DÉVORÉ FOR HANDWOVEN SCARVES by Anne Field PEDESTRIAN RUG IN BLACK AND WHITE by Stephen Bennett WOVEN RUFFLES FOR A VERSATILE ACCESSORY by Ruby Leslie STREET SCENES TABLE SETTING by Joan Torgow A STARRY SCARF IN DEFLECTED DOUBLEWEAVE by Gudrun Polak

SULA’S SCARF IN FULLED DEFLECTED DOUBLEWEAVE by Stefanie Meisel SILK SCARVES IN DEFLECTED DOUBLEWEAVE by Madelyn van der Hoogt SCHOOL FOR WEAVERS DESIGNING WITH DEFLECTED DOUBLEWEAVE by Madelyn van der Hoogt HANDWOVEN’S FABRIC FORECAST FABRIC FORECAST FOR FALL/WINTER ’07–’08 by Daryl Lancaster with illustrations by Jessica Levinson

ON THE COVER

FULLED SCARF woven by Stefanie Meisel. See pages 64–67.
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2 From the Editor 4 What’s Going On 6 Letters and Corrections Beginner’s Corner Yarn and Suppliers’ List Project Guide 14 Getting Started:

20 24 83 88 89 94 96

Reviews News and Views Calendar Product News Classified Ads Advertisers’ Index Endnotes: Robyn Spady

Laura Levaas (pages 52–53, 61)

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