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Cotton and Linen Wrapping Cloth

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 Cotton and Linen Wrapping Cloth

Designed by Bree Bergen

A wrapping cloth that uses subtle spaces in the warp to create a lacy, textured cloth. Order a kit.

Equipment

  • 4 shaft table or floor loom
  • 12 dent reed
  • One boat shuttle
  • One bobbin

Yarn

Warp: Italian Cotton/Linen, 1355 yds Slate.

Weft: Italian Cotton/Linen, 1140 yds Slate.

Specifications

  • 30" weaving width
  • 22 EPI
  • 22 PPI
  • Two cloths, 28" W x 28" L

Customer Reviews

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Danielle P

Thank you for this pattern. It was very easy to understand and to weave. And it looks great.

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Jan Gurule
Napkins

Rather than the wrapping cloth, I chose to make napkins but used some left over linen (2 threads were different before the space. Then I decided to put 4 rows of twill every inch in the weft (same linen for the weft throughout).
Will see how this works. So far looks good.

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KW
Wrapping cloth

Easy to follow instructions, no problems with errors. And adaptable for your own variations

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Kim D
Easy Intro to weaving with Linen

I'd never woven with linen before (I'd read too many articles about how hard it was) but this scarf was a very simple introduction. I wove mine in a sunshine yellow and the scarf is very pretty - perfect summer weight. Crazy how stiff and scratchy linen is ... but after finishing and ironing the fabric did soften a bit. I don't think linen will be ever be my favorite yarn to weave with (8/2 cotton yeah!) but I'm glad I gave it a try.

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Jayne D
Very easy pattern to follow

I was interested in this as it was simple. I like any of the GIST patterns. They are easy to follow and have all the information you need. My only problem is I live in the UK and can’t get the yarn to go with it. But I have often found good alternatives.