Double Faced Tablet Weaving
Double Faced Tablet Weaving 50 Designs from Around the World, Linda Hendrickson
This book has extensive information and patterns of double faced table weaving/card weaving from around the world. See picture of index for an idea of all that is included. Clear graphs allow you to weave the patterns in this book.
Complete instructions for making a continuous warp and for the double-faced weave, large graphs with a helpful tablet count field, front and back of all designs shown full-size, tips for avoiding and correcting mistakes and for graphing your own designs. Designs are from the crafts of many different cultures and times, and a reference for the source of inspiration is listed for each design. Most designs need 48 tablets, and some need 56 tablets. Examples of inspiration include a fanciful monkey from a Nazca shirt (Peru), interlaced designs from Bushongo cut pile raffia cloth (Zaire), Hmong reverse applique (Laos), Medieval embroidery (Finland), Bedouin tent hangings (Jordan), and Pueblo pottery (USA).
Spiral bound, 119 pages, black and white.
If you aren’t hooked on double-faced by this book, you are probably unhookable!
— Peter Collingwood, in the foreword to the book.