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.
Easy to follow instructions, no problems with errors. And adaptable for your own variations
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.
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.
Lovely instructions. Can't wait to give it a try. I love that it gives yarn suggestions because I'm also a beginner and struggle with yarn choices. Thanks.