JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2007, VOLUME XXVIII, NUMBER 1

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FOR STARTERS BAMBOO MEETS ANGORA FOR A VERY SOFT SCARF by Loralee Schultz

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HONEYCOMB BAG IN BLACK AND WHITE by Sue Bleiweiss

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WARM AND FUZZY: FREE FORM PATTERN FOR SCARVES by Malin Selander

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NOW WE ARE EIGHT CHOOSE SHADOW WEAVE FOR DECORATIVE HOUSEHOLD
TEXTILES by Sarah Saulson

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DÉVORÉ FOR HANDWOVEN SCARVES by Anne Field

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PEDESTRIAN RUG IN BLACK AND WHITE
by Stephen Bennett

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WOVEN RUFFLES FOR A VERSATILE ACCESSORY
by Ruby Leslie

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STREET SCENES TABLE SETTING by Joan Torgow

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A STARRY SCARF IN DEFLECTED DOUBLEWEAVE
by Gudrun Polak

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SULA’S SCARF IN FULLED DEFLECTED DOUBLEWEAVE by Stefanie Meisel

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SILK SCARVES IN DEFLECTED DOUBLEWEAVE by Madelyn van der Hoogt

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SCHOOL FOR WEAVERS DESIGNING WITH DEFLECTED DOUBLEWEAVE
by Madelyn van der Hoogt

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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.
MODEL

Laura Levaas
(pages 52–53, 61)

2 From the Editor

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Reviews

4 What’s Going On

24

News and Views

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83

Calendar

88

Product News

Beginner’s Corner

89

Classified Ads

Yarn and Suppliers’ List

94

Advertisers’ Index

Project Guide

96

Endnotes: Robyn
Spady

Letters and Corrections

14 Getting Started:

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