|Project Type||Towels, Table Linens/Kitchen, Home, Scarves/Shawls|
|Loom Type||Multi-Shaft Floor or Table, Rigid-Heddle, Bandweaving|
|Number of Shafts||4, 8|
|Number of Treadles||6, 10|
|Weave Structures||Plain Weave, Overshot, Twill|
|Author||Long Thread Editorial Staff, Marlene Lloyd, Robin Wilton, Bonnie Inouye, Susan E. Horton, Eric Mindling, Coleen Nimetz, Michael Cook, Christine Jablonski, Jennifer B. Williams, Shilpa Nagarkar, Dixie Falls, Katrina King, Julie Turjoman|
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Often called “the queen of fiber,” silk has captivated us for millennia with its luster, luxurious hand, and willingness to accept vibrant dyes and hold them fast. This special collection is a cross-section of silk-centric articles and projects from decades of our beloved magazines. Explore silk across the world—from Mexico to Laos—and then choose your next project: scarves and more for multi-shaft and small loom weaving, a pincushion to embroider, mitts to crochet, and a beautiful silk cowl and beret to knit. We hope you enjoy these treasured stories and projects that celebrate this remarkable fiber.
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