Huck Lace Rigid Heddle Placemats - Free Pattern PDF Download
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I am looking forward to trying this pattern. I got my pick-up sticks so as soon as I finish my current project and order the thread, I will see if I can make these placemats. I think I’ll try the santorini and sage colorset.
As a beginner at weaving I found the additional instructions on how to make string heddles very helpful. Once everything was set up it was fast and easy to weave. The videos on the overshot towels were great, since I’ve never used pick-up sticks before.
With the Placemat kit I had enough yarn for 6 placemats. It was a fun project and the instructions were great. Love the way these placemats turned out.
Finally got my loom free this afternoon to start this project. Fingers are itching to start! The Italian Cotton/Linen arrived promptly and is a feast for the eyes as well as the hands. Will send photos when finished.
I made the huck lace rigid heddle placemats and I really like them. I made a few mistakes that I didn’t notice before I got them off the loom, but they are beautiful anyway. I found the pattern easy to follow. Any mistakes (or inadvertent design elements) are completely my fault. I used cotton warp and weft from my stash in two colors of yellow. The warp was the darker yellow. Several people told me that the fabric would make a lovely blouse. Perhaps someday, I will see if I can make a wider warp from this pattern to make a garment.
I am new to weaving and wanted to try a pattern weave with my rigid heddle loom. This pattern allowed me to try weaving using pick up sticks. The pattern was easy to follow and it came out looking awesome! This is a great pattern to try to expand your skill set.