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Undulating Weft Effects (Honeycomb) Shuttle Craft Monograph 9 (1963)

by Harriet Tidball

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    Mastering Weave Structures: Transforming Ideas into Great Cloth by Sharon Alderman (malicew)
    malicew: Undulating Weft Effects is a very useful, clear, description of honeycomb and related weaves that includes tips for working with the structure, drafts with good pictures, variations, and good explanations of key elements in each draft. It is an excellent monograph from Shuttle Craft (1963) that would be useful for exploring this class of weaves.… (more)
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These short, single subject studies of particular weaving structures were written years ago but still contain valuable information. Honeycomb wefts become curved in the weave structure.
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