Choose 3 Colors -> Make 3 Scarves: Free Weaving Pattern for Tencel Scarves
Tencel is the perfect yarn for weaving soft and luxurious scarves. Strong, washable, and super soft, Tencel is an affordable alternative to silk and great for beginners and experienced weavers alike.
I designed this fun weaving project using three cones of complementary colors of Tencel in the warp. Wind a warp long enough for three scarves, and make each scarf using a different weft color. This is a fun way to experiment with how different weft colors affect the same warp.
Find all the geeky weaver details, as well as other suggested color combos, below the photos! To make these scarves, purchase three cones of Tencel.
- Warp Yarn: 3 cones of Tencel weaving yarn. The photos above are made from 1 cone of Lime Green, 1 cone of Sage, and 1 cone of Silver. See more suggested color combinations below.
- Weft Yarn: Tencel weaving yarn (you will have enough left over from winding the warp for your weft).
- Equipment: 4-shaft loom, 1 shuttle.
- Weave Structure: 2/2 Twill and Tabby Weave, adapted from a draft on page 33 of The Handweaver's Pattern Directory by Anne Dixon (see draft below
- Warp Length: 7.25 yards
- EPI: 24
- Width in reed: 8"
- Warp Ends: 192
- Finished Size (after hand washing, laying flat to dry, and ironing): 7.25" x 68" + 5" of fringe on each size. The warp is enough to make 3 scarves.
Color Order for Warp
In the photos of the scarf above, Color A is Silver, Color B is Sage, and Color C is Lime Green.12A - 1B - 5A - 2B - 4A - 1C - 1B - 2A - 4B - 2C - 4A - 3B - 1C - 4A - 3B - 1C - 4B - 6A - 4B - 2C - 4B - 2A - 8B - 2C - 2A - 2C - 8B - 6C - 6B - 2A - 8B - 8C - 4B - 2A - 4C - 4B - 6C - 2B - 2A - 10C - 4B - 8C - 4A - 2B - 8C - 2B - 6C - 8 C