0

Shopping Cart

*continental US addresses only

Your Cart is Empty

Fade Gamp

Fade Gamp

Designed by Amanda Rataj

Weavers make gamps to try out different colors, weaving structures, and treadling patterns. This simple color gamp uses two colors to explore basic color theory, contrast, and value, as well as how colors mix on the loom. By using all the values from two colors of Array, the colors fade from dark to light and back again with almost no break. The result can be hung on the wall as inspiration or used flat in your home. Order a kit.

Equipment

  • 4-shaft table or floor loom
  • 10-dent reed
  • Two boat shuttles and bobbins
  • 13" dowel rod (for hanging), sewing machine (optional)

Yarn

Warp: Array Wool, 45 yds each of Flamingo 1-4 and Marigold 1-4

Weft: Array Wool, 15 yds each of Flamingo 2-4 and Marigold 1-4; 20 yds of Flamingo 1 

Specifications

  • 13" weaving width
  • 20 EPI
  • 20 PPI
  • One wall hanging, 12" W x 12" L + fringe
  • Skill level: Intermediate

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
100%
(4)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
M
Masumi Kosaka
Easy and effective.

I changed colors to Forest+Meadow and Meadow+Eggplant.
Color Fade Gamp is easy to weave and to get lovely effects.

B
Belinda Toby
Fade Gamp

Easy to understand draft and info and exciting to weave, as you watch the fabric fade from one color to the next.

J
Jodi

Great pattern

K
KATE ROBERTSON
Lovely simple gamp pattern

Gist really offers the nicest patterns. The colors drew me to this one. I’ve been meaning to make some Gamps on my own but this one will help jumpstart that plan. A plus is that it’s made of Array which I have a nice collection of.