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Twill Thrills: The Best of Weaver's (Best of Weaver's series)

by Madelyn van der Hoogt

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Series: Best of weaver's

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This fourth book in the illustrated Best of Weaver's series includes the best twill articles from 13 years of 'Weaver's Magazine' issues. Included are more than 30 projects on simple twills, twill blocks, advancing twills, snowflake twills, networked twills, and damasse. Complete directions are given for weaving glorious scarves, shawls, garments, and table linens on four-shaft to 16-shaft looms. Full-colour photographs will inspire and entice all crafters to read and weave.

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