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Weavers have a unique way of looking at the world and often borrow color combinations, patterns, and interesting forms from everyday life for their designs. In this issue of Handwoven we celebrate the inspiration that surrounds us in buildings and structures with 11 projects that each explore some aspect of architecture. In addition, you’ll learn about 2 weavings that used special types of architecture for their inspiration—an iconic skyscraper, and oddly enough, a pleated corpse flower.
In other articles, you’ll be introduced to the Tuesday Weavers of Tennessee, learn how to spin and weave with paper, receive tips for taking care of your eyes and hands while weaving, and read about the many Icelandic sheep and wool customs. In Notes from the Fell, Tom Knisely shares his list of go-to weaving books, and there is something for everyone in the Euroflax Yarn Lab.
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