Archives de catégorie : Tissage

Des livres sur le tissage en général (métier à galon, tissage aux cartons, métier à peigne envergeur etc…)

Twill Thrills: The Best of Weaver’s

De très beaux modèles de sergé assez complexes.

The best twill articles from thirteen years of Weaver’s Magazine issues are featured in this compendium that also includes more than thirty projects featuring simple twills, twill, blocks, and directions for weaving scarves and table linens. Original.

The big book of weaving

A l’origine écrit en suédois, ce livre explique les techniques suédoises de tissage. Il comprends également beaucoup de beaux modèles.

The fascinating subject of handweaving is fully explored in this reference, which covers basic subjects such as warping a loom and making bobbins of weft, as well as more elaborate, highly decorative projects. Patterns are arranged by varying levels of difficulty and design so beginners and experienced weavers alike will discover new insights and concepts. Among the 40 step-by-step projects included in this volume are designs for baby blankets, shawls, table cloths, and linen hand towels.

Overshot is Hot!: The Best of Weaver’s

Pour les métiers à tisser à cadres. Un livre avec des modèles en overshot.

With more than 30 of the best overshot projects compiled from 20 years of Weaver’s magazine and Prairie Wool Companion, this weaver’s reference combines step-by-step instructions with weaving theory. Such projects as heirloom linens, traditional coverlets, and colorful modern applications for scarves, table toppers, and wall hangings are presented, covering everything a crafter needs to know to design fabulous fabrics in overshot and its cousin star-and-diamond weave. Both beginners and advanced weavers working on at least four-shaft looms will delight in the projects provided.

Huck Lace: The Best of Weaver’s

Pour les métiers à tisser à cadres. Un livre de modèles en armures dentelle.

The Best of Weaver’s, Huck Lace brings together 25 articles on huck lace from Weaver’s magazine-a collection that includes the top designers and teachers in the field. Articles include in-depth instruction in designing huck lace, beginning at step one on four shafts for beginners and culminating in networked huck for advanced weavers. Projects with complete instructions are illustrated with inspiring full-color photographs and range from scarves and shawls in wool and silk to tablecloths and placemats in cotton and linen to christening and wedding gowns in very fine threads. Editor Madelyn van der Hoogt refines popular features into a complete reference of value to all who weave.

Summer and Winter Plus: The Best of Weaver’s

Pour métiers à tisser à cadres. Un livre de modèles avec l’armure été-hiver.

Creating exciting, luxurious fabrics will come easily to beginning and experienced crafters alike with this compendium of special weaving structures. Featuring more than 40 projects and instructions for designing and drafting more designs, the guide presents weavers with detailed directions for summer, winter, diamond, taqueté, samitum, and polychrome weaves. This collection features patterns for coverlets, garments, table linens, and rugs.

Hands on Rigid Heddle Weaving

Pour les métiers à tisser à peigne-envergeur. Techniques pour monter le métier, et différentes armures qu’il est possible de réaliser.

With instructions for how to make wonderful projects and plain-weave variations, this user-friendly guide covers choosing, setting up, and weaving on a rigid heddle loom. Both beginners and experienced weavers will value its thriftiness and versatility.


Concerne les métiers à tisser à 4 et 8 cadres. Un livre qui traite du tissage double : double-face ou double-largeur. Un tutoriel à suivre pas à pas permet d’explorer toutes les possibilités offertes par le tissage double.

Conventional shaft loom weaving constricts the weaver into making only a single layer of fabric that is no wider than the loom. Increase your loom’s capabilities with Doubleweave Revised & Expanded!

In this comprehensive guide to doubleweave, master-weaver Jennifer Moore revisits the tips and techniques to weaving in multiple layers.  Doubleweave Revised & Expanded is filled with new information about doubleweaving and more including:

  • More doubleweave technique samples for both 4 and 8-shaft looms, including more overshot patterns.
  • Expanded information on how to weave fabric twice, thrice or even four-times the width of your loom, with no seam.
  • Beautiful doubleweave project patterns for the home and more!

Expand the abilities of your loom with Doubleweave Revised & Expanded!

Weft-faced Pattern Weaves: Tabby to Taquete

Pour les métiers à tisser à cadres, de 4 à 16 cadres. Concerne les techniques de tissage « à effet de trame », où la chaîne ne se voit pas : rosengang, samitum et autres techniques spécifiques. Le seul ouvrage sur ce sujet.

Travel beyond the traditional limits of boundweave with this comprehensive guide to weft-faced pattern weaves. Beginning and experienced weavers alike will learn how to plan, predict, and weave colorful, rhythmical patterns, charming folk figures, and geometric designs in fabrics that are decorative and durable. Fifty-three projects range from simple to complex weaves. Directions, patterns, and tips are provided for the plain weave, twill, point twill, rosepath, overshot, taqueté, and samitum. It also features Coptic taquete and samitum re-creations and patterns from the Tunic of Tutankhamun. Engaging and informative text accompanies diagrams, illustrated samplers, and drafts with threading, tie-up, treadling, and drawdowns. This is the definitive work on weft-faced pattern weaves and is a must-have reference and resource guide for weavers and crafters alike.

Mastering Weave Structures: Transforming Ideas into Great Cloth

Pour métiers à tisser à cadres. Comprendre et analyser les armures. Un livre très technique.

More than just a survey of interlacements from simple to intricate, this thoughtful addition to every crafter€™s library is a study course for weaving the best, most interesting, most successful fabrics imaginable. A liberating voice is given to each instruction, empowering weavers to discover the basic how-tos of their craft, such as how to design threadings, channel the design power of the tie-up, and make the most of threading options, as well as understand fibers, setts, and color interactions. Aspiring weavers will draw both inspiration and useful information from the clear explanations, wonderful examples, and color photographs of stunning fabrics featured throughout. This introduction to the fundamental principles of weave structure is the result of more than 30 years of serious study and is destined to become a classic for all weavers.

Simple Weaves: Over 30 Classic Patterns and Fresh New Styles

Des modèles de tissage pour métiers à tisser à 4 cadres, dans l’inspiration simple et esthétique de la Suède.

Weave all kinds of classic projects — from towels, place mats, and throws to rugs, pillows, and curtains — and give them a fresh new look! Practice weaving techniques like plain weave and twill; canvas and spot weave; monk’s belt and honeycomb; or play with color and texture using rosepath, waffle weave, color effects, Ms and Os, halvdräll, and true dräll. Combine techniques, bring together your favorite patterns, and use any color you like to explore the endless possibilities offered by simple weaves.