A pair of striped towels woven with Duet Cotton/Linen. The colorful stripes in the warp are contrasted by a bright white weft, giving the towels a sun-washed appearance.
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Warp & Weft:3 cones of Duet Cotton/Linen (1/4 lb cones, 2,400 yd/lb)
1. Warp the loom using your preferred method(direct or indirect) with a total of 168 warp ends, 2.5 yards long, following the warp color order below. Center for a weaving width of 14" and sley 1 end per hole and slot in a 12 dent heddle on a rigid heddle loom. If you are using a multi-shaft loom, thread for plain weave and sley 1 end per dent in a 12 dent reed.
2. Weave with Color A for the entirety of your warp. Each towel should measure approximately 25.5” long in loom. Weave with scrap yarn for a few picks in between each towel.
3. Cut the fabric off the loom and zig zag the raw edges. Machine wash cold and air dry (or tumble dry low if preferred). Cut the towels apart at scrap yarn maker. Press and finish with a hand sewn rolled hem.