The brightly coloured braids and ropes produced by tablet weaving can be put to many uses and the number of designs that can be made is limitless, affording great scope to the imaginative weaver. Ties, belts, and trimmings for clothes and upholstery are natural products of the form of weaving; and narrow bands of fabric can be joined together to make unusual bags and rugs. Simple, step-by-step instructions for making many different basic braids are given, fully illustrated by numerous photographs and line drawings. Beginners will soon find themselves progressing to more elaborate results and will find clear and helpful information on designing their own patterns. Fringing, button-holing, and ropemaking are also described, as well as suggestions for various ways of finishing braids.
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Descripción Pitman, 1974. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110273070762
Descripción Pitman, 1974. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0273070762