Droppdräll, the Swedish term for Bronson Lace, is applied to this towel to create a whole lot of texture. Order a kit.
Great pattern, easy to follow. As a new weaver the only part I found intimidating was changing my tie-up. I wasn't sure about making a full size bath towel as written so I reduced the warp to 18" in the reed and made 4 hand towels. So glad I ordered the recommended yarns; Mallo is genuinely luscious. Will be making more with this droppdrall technique and yarns!
I really am enjoying making this design. I changed the dimensions a little, but kept everything else the same. Using a white slub cotton as warp and a blue slub cotton as weft. It’s looking great, thank you for such an inspiring pattern!
I adjusted the width to weave squares for a quilt and used a variety of weft colours and types - 8/2 cotton and cotton boucle, sock yarn and linen with Icelandic lopi floats. Best draft ever !
I made a total of 4 towels, playing with the pattern each time, varying the size of the sections, including more colours. I adjusted the draft to use with 4/8 cotton . It was easy to adapt.
The only thing I don't like about it, is that the back is not very attractive.
This is a beautiful pattern and very easy to use. Thank you.