Finally, make this beautiful twill woven cowl using a step-by-step video with Anne Weil teaching you this lovely loom-free weaving technique. Blowing up the scale of a twill woven pattern brings a refreshing change to a traditional knit cowl. Soft and fuzzy, and at the same time streamlined and sculptural, this woven contradiction is sure to become your favorite wintertime accessory. Video includes instructions for two different yarn sizes.
This video is hosted on VIMEO. A document with a link and a password will be sent to you immediately upon purchase.
Video includes instructions on:
:: Cutting your materials
:: Making your cardboard loom
:: Setting up your warp
:: Learning the twill pattern for the weft
:: Adjusting your piece on the made loom
:: Weaving in ends
:: Finishing your piece
:: 100 yards of super bulky yarn such as Cascade Magnum or SugarBush Chill OR
:: 30 yards of jumbo yarn such as Knit Collage Wanderlust or Blue Sky Woolstok :: Cardboard Loom (11” x 14“)
:: 12” Hardwood Shuttle OR piece of Cardboard 11“ x 2”
:: 12” Hardwood Shed Stick/Pick-up Stick OR piece of Cardboard 11” x 2”
:: Two Binder Clips