All You Need for Shadow Weave

January 2012
Handwoven;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p26
The article offers information on various patterns of hand weaving. It states that log cabin is a color-and-weave effect with a plain-weave interlacement. It indicates that shadow weave has similar pattern with log cabin in which it has a color-and-weave effect with vertical and horizontal lines. Moreover, it indicates that shadow weave can follow either Atwater system or Powell system.


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