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41  Dishtowel on rigid heddle loom in Weaving: Completed Projects by francorios on: December 26, 2008 08:16:28 AM
15 x 22 inch dishtowel, made from peaches n cream cotton yarn,
handwoven on Beka 20" rigid heddle loom, hemmed by hand



Here is my latest dishtowel project. I used white cotton yarn warped on half the loom. I used variegated color yarn warped on the other half. Then as I wove, I started with 32 rows of white yarn, then switched to 32 rows of color, then 32 rows of white, etc. Made a nice pattern without a lot of math.

I bought two 14 oz cones for about $7 each. I wove the towels two at a time. I can make six towels from two cones.

Have a good day!
Franco Rios
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