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Weave a great tapestry style necklace, supported on a hand formed stoneware frame. Add variety to your weaving by painting the waxed linen, and choosing to add your own special pattern of stripes, checkers or tapestry sections. This pattern tells you how to paint the threads, as well as how to weave the project. This project is written for a person who knows how to twine. See link at bottom of listing to find windows that fit this pattern.
This is a freeform project, and is featured in Belle Armoire Jewelry Magazine, Spring 2016
Pattern is 3 pages long and contains descriptions, diagrams and photos for creating the tapestry window necklaces shown.
Required Materials: (not included, this is for pdf download only!)
window shaped ceramic piece, or can be done with a gourd piece or wood.
Waxed linen (other thread may be substituted)
Recommended Materials: (not included, this is for pdf download only)
small sharp scissors
Large eye needle
Required skills: Twining (weaving with two weavers at once, with a twist between them) Recommended video for learning twining https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCUPq00ZPek
This is a PDF pattern, also called an "e-pattern." There is no paper involved. Once you purchase it, it is linked through your Etsy account, you can download it right away, and access it again when you need to.
Distribution of the pattern and corresponding instructions is expressly prohibited, in any form.
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You need a weaving window that is rectangular (NOT the rounded shapes, that is a different pattern) Weaving windows are here