Running Stitch Napkins

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 Running Stitch Napkins

Designed by Christine Jablonski

A timeless set of napkins woven with Duet Cotton/Linen in two contrasting hues. Color-and-weave is used here to create a pattern reminiscent of hand-stitched or quilted fabrics. Order a kit.

Equipment

  • Rigid heddle loom (Read about adapting rigid heddle patterns for multi-shaft looms here.) 
  • 12 / 12.5 dent reed
  • Two boat shuttles or stick shuttles
  • Two bobbins (for boat shuttles only)
  • Sewing machine (optional)

Yarn

Warp: Duet Cotton/Linen. 50 yds Chambray, 215 yds Dusk; 265 yds total

Weft: Duet Cotton/Linen. 35 yds Chambray, 150 yds Dusk; 185 yds total

Specifications

  • 11" weaving width
  • 12 EPI
  • 12 PPI
  • Four napkins, 10” W x 10” L

Customer Reviews

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Matty Ludwig
Running Stitch napkins

I just love the look of these napkins and I think they will make a nice gift. I'm looking forward to having the time again to do more weaving.

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Lynch
Received Download…Thx

Very helpful notes…Thank You

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Marieta Francis
Fun weaving!

I loved these napkins! They are easy to weave and ended up going to a good friend as a birthday gift. I did think that they are far too small to use as a dinner napkin so I made them larger than the pattern indicated.

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Lorraine Marinelli
These are beautiful

This is a great kit. I am still weaving these napkins and they are coming out beautiful. The colors are wonderful and the cotton/linen fiber has a great feel. I can't wait to set the table with my new napkins. A good project for someone with limited experience.

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MM
Not great for a new-ish weaver

This is a review for the yarn. I am a new-ish weaver, working on a RHL, I found the yarn split easily, especially when slaying the heddle. Ultimately, with the split yarn and keeping adequate tension across the warp, I had 2 broken warp threads. The Upside, I am now comfortable repairing a broken warp thread.