You have heard that hand woven towels are superior, now it's time to find out! These happy, colourful towels will look great in your kitchen and perform beautifully as well.
The colour sequence is inspired by the Fibonnaci mathematical sequence and I designed these for fun weaving!
The pattern is for weaving on a rigid heddle loom 19 inches or wider.
You will also need a 12 or 12.5 dent reed, a stick shuttle and a pick up stick approximately 2 inches longer than the project.
The 4 part video series runs for a total of 37 minutes and offers step by step learning to ensure your success.
This pattern is suitable for beginners but I do recommend you have at least one easy project under your belt before attempting this. Beginners will find it challenging and fun, and the more experienced will find it fun.
The pattern also assumes that you are familiar with warping and weaving on a rigid heddle loom.
Woven with 8/2 cotton, which is readily available online or at weaving supply stores.
The printable PDF file is 9 pages long and included instructions, colour charts and lots of colour photos to ensure your success.
Kelly is a self taught weaver with a big passion for sharing the timeless art of weaving with others. Kelly is known for her calm and slow teaching style and she bases her classes on how she would have liked to have been taught. She designs all of her own projects and caters for levels from beginner to intermediate. Most available classes are for the rigid heddle loom, with plans to extend teaching into floor and table loom weaving.