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JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2000, VOLUME XXI, NUMBER 1

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BACK TO BASICS: READING DRAFTS IN HISTORICAL TEXTS by Judie Eatough

22

LINEN FINGERTIP TOWELS FROM THE WORST BOOK by Tracy Kaestner

26

OLD AND NEW: AN OLD COVERLET PATTERN IN A NEW WAY by Helen N. Jarvis

34

EVENING SKY OVER THE MEKONG by Karen Selk

38

WEAVING IN THE YEAR 1000 by Nancy Arthur Hoskins

42

A MAP OF THE WEAVING WORLD IN A.D. 1000


by Elizabeth Barber, Carolyn Jones, Lynn Teague, Ed Franquemont, and Penelope Drooker

46

WEDGE WEAVE IN MINIATURE:


ADAPTING AN OLD NAVAJO TECHNIQUE

by Margaret Windeknecht

52

ECHOES OF PERU by Diane Kelly

56

INSPIRED BY PERU by Doramay Keasbey

62

BEYOND BASICS:
LAMPAS UNRAVELED

66

ON THE COVER

EVENING SKY SCARF


woven by Karen Selk.
See pages 3436.
P H O T O S TA K E N AT

Wild Lane
Bed and Breakfast
Loveland, Colorado

by Alice Schlein

A SHAWL FROM MINUS 1K OR 1000 B.C.


by Sharon Alderman

68

A SHIRT FROM THE AMERICAS CIRCA Y1K by Jacquie Kelly

70

DESIGNING WOMEN: FINDING THE CONTEMPORARY IN THE HISTORIC


by Sharon Marcus with Deidre Pearce Weiland

74

AN HEIRLOOM BLANKET FROM THE NINETEENTH CENTURY by DeeDee Woodbury

78

THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY: AN ELEVENTH-CENTURY EPIC EMBROIDERY


by Nancy Arthur Hoskins

From the Editor

89

Calendar

Letters to the Editor

92

Communiqu

12

Books, etc.

98

Classified Ads

16

Project Guide

103 Advertisers Index

84

1999 Index

104 Endnotes: Alice Schlein

MARCH/APRIL 2000, VOLUME XXI, NUMBER 2

ON THE COVER

RAINBOW TOWELS
woven by Jonelle Elissa.
See pages 66-68.

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BACK TO BASICS: COLOR SUBSTITUTIONS by Su Butler

26

ROCKIN IN UTAH: SWATCH COLLECTION #32 by Sharon Alderman

32

THE SPIRIT OF PLACE: A DOUBLEWEAVE COLOR STUDY by Suzanne Halvorson

36

COLOR CONCEPTS: LEARN THE LANGUAGE OF COLOR by Deb Menz

42

NATURE AS COLORIST: THREE LITTLE PIGMENTS by Kim Marie Bunke

46

GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT: COLOR BLENDING


WITH HUCK LACE by Scott Norris

50

BEYOND BASICS: COLOR ME HAPPY by Flavian Geis

58

PAINT A RAINBOW by Tracy Kaestner

62

STAINED GLASS BLANKET


by Melissa Lumley with Margaret Klein Wilson

66

A RAINBOW WARP FOR TOWELS AND RUNNERS by Jonelle Elissa

70

DESIGNING WOMEN: MONICA KELLY by Dawn Hamilton

78

BREAKING RULES by Celeste Pryde

82

COLOR CONVERSATIONS by Randall Darwall

From the Editor

96

Product News

Letters to the Editor

97

Classified Ads

10

Project Guide

103

Advertisers Index

14

Books, etc.

104

86

Calendar

Endnotes:
Rosalie Neilson

92

Communiqu

MAY/JUNE 2000, VOLUME XXI, NUMBER 3

ON THE COVER

BLOCK-WEAVE RUG
woven by
Michael F. Rohde.
See pages 4447.

22

THE ANSWER LADY: HAPPY ENDINGS by Su Butler

24

BACK TO BASICS: UNDERSTANDING BLOCKS by Madelyn van der Hoogt

32

ROTATING BLOCKS FOR DYNAMIC DESIGN by Doramay Keasbey

36

TAQUET TOWELS by Betsy Blumenthal

40

TWO ON TWO: TWO-BLOCK LOG CABIN RUNNER by Jane Patrick

44

BLOCK-WEAVE RUGS by Michael F. Rohde

48

COLOR WITH OVERSHOT BLOCKS by Patricia Palson

52

EIGHT FOR EIGHT: BLOCK DESIGN WITH WARP REP


by Rosalie Neilson

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LOG CABIN WITH A SUPPLEMENTARY WARP


by Barbara Walker

62

ROSE RUNNER IN BRONSON LACE by Jane A. Evans

66

NS AND CS: TAKING A BITE FROM MS AND OS by Sue Hunt

70

FROM ROSEPATH TO BLOCKS: FARMERS MARKET RUNNER AND NAPKINS


by Beverly Savel

76

DESIGNING MEN: THOUGHTS ON CLOTH AND GENDER by Stephen Beal

80

BEYOND BASICS: PLAYING WITH BLOCKS by DeeDee Woodbury

From the Editor

89

Calendar

Whats Going
On Here

92

Communiqu

96

Product News

Letters to the Editor

97

Classified Ads

14

Project Guide

103

Advertisers Index

18

Books, etc.

104

87

Reader Survey

Endnotes:
Jane Patrick

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2000, VOLUME XXI, NUMBER 4

24

THE ANSWER LADY: PEG PLANS AND PLIES by Su Butler

26

EASY AS PI: A COLOR-AND-WEAVE THROW by Sharon Alderman

32

ORANGES AND LEMONS SAY THE BELLS OF ST. CLEMENTS by Pauline Duke

36

JOY TO THE WORLD: DESIGNING STRIPES FROM MUSICAL SCORES by Laurie Autio

40

LOOM MUSIC SCARF: CREATING DRAFTS FROM MUSICAL SCORES by Carolyn Jones

44

MINUET IN COLOR by Tracy Kaestner

48

MUSICAL COLOR WHEELS FOR SILK SCARVES


by Tomoe Edwards

52

VARIATIONS ON A THEME: PROFILE DRAFTING


FROM MUSICAL SCORES
by Doramay Keasbey

60

WEAVING WITH CHORDS: A STUDY IN VALUES


by Deb Menz

64

THE GOLDEN PROPORTION by Jennifer Moore

68

CALM SEA AND PROSPEROUS VOYAGE: NAME DRAFTING AND MUSIC


by Norma Smayda

72

AS THE CAT CREEPS by Phyllis Hirsch

76

DESIGNING MEN: JAMES KOEHLER by Dawn Hamilton

80

LOOM MUSIC LEGACY FROM A CIRCLE OF FRIENDS by Madelyn van der Hoogt

From the Editor

89

Calendar

ON THE COVER

Whats Going
On Here

92

Communiqu

CHENILLE SCARF
woven by
Laurie Autio.
See pages 3639.

96

Product News

Letters to the Editor

97

Classified Ads

14

Project Guide

103

Advertisers Index

15

Beginners Corner

104

18

Books, etc.

Endnotes:
Ed Franquemont

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2000, VOLUME XXI, NUMBER 5

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MIXING IT UP: SWATCH COLLECTION #33 by Sharon Alderman

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MIXING COLOR, FIBER, AND STRUCTURE by Sarah Saulson

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A COLORFUL MIX FOR A DOLL by Peggy Libsch

38

IKAT EFFECTS WITHOUT THE FUSS by Elda Kohls

44

AN UNUSUAL TAPESTRY MIX FOR A VEST by Nancy Harvey

48

OF MIXED ORIGINS: RAGS TO RICHES VEST


by Anita Mayer

52

MIXED BAGS by Tracy Kaestner

56

INSTANT IMAGERY WITH IRON-ON TRANSFERS


by Barbara Pleason Mueller

60

EMBELLISHED BAGS by Sara Lamb

64

A MIXED FABRIC PALETTE by Mollie Freeman

70

SLICE AND DICE: THOSE OLD CASTOFFS FOR A NEW LOOK


by Daryl Lancaster

76

CATHARINE MUERDTERS WOVEN SHIBORI by Dawn Hamilton

80

MIXING LACE WITH A PATTERN WARP by Barbara Walker

From the Editor

91

Calendar

ON THE COVER

Whats Going
On Here

92

Communiqu

EMBELLISHED BAG
woven by
Sara Lamb.
See pages 6063.

97

Classified Ads

Letters to the Editor

103

Product News

14

Project Guide

103

Advertisers Index

15

Beginners Corner

104

18

Books, etc.

Endnotes:
Linda Ligon