Finger Weaving Scarves & Wraps 18 Fun, Easy Projects Made without Loom, Needle or Hook

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2015-07-15
  • Publisher: Stackpole Books
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Do you want to make scarves and wraps but feel intimidated by knitting needles, looms, or crochet hooks--or are you just always interested in trying a new technique? Finger Weaving Scarves & Wraps will teach you to weave simple patterns from yarn using just your fingers and a few basic tools you already own, such as a ruler on which to tie the yarn and a water bottle to hold the ruler in place while you work--it's that easy!

  • Easy-to-follow illustrated step-by-step instructions guide you through the process for weaving each of the 18 patterns
  • Create fashionable handwoven scarves, wraps, and other projects with simple weaving techniques--no loom required
  • Choose your own colors and yarns for a myriad of personalized accessories
  • Author Biography

    Naoko Minowa opened Studio A Week, a hand-weaving and vegetable dyeing shop, school, and gallery, in Japan in 2011. She introduced finger weaving to provide her students with an unintimidating way to learn weaving. She is the author of many books and chairperson of the Japan Senshoku (Dyeing) Association.

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