Designed by Denise Renee Grace
Warp length: 92", which includes take-up and loom waste
Width in reed: 20"
Total warp ends: 160
PPI: 6 to 8—this may need adjusting since you are using two weights of yarn.
What You'll Need
Warp yarn: Arbor from Brooklyn Tweed DK weight in “Cobbler” 2.8 skeins, 145 yards per skein - 408 yards total.
Weft yarn: Arbor from Brooklyn Tweed DK weight in “Cobbler” 1.2 skeins, 145 yards per skein - 174 yards total.
Quarry from Brooklyn Tweed Bulky weight in "Sulphur" 1 skein, 200 yards per skein.
20” Flip loom
8 dent reed
Hemstitch at the beginning.
Weave plain weave through out. Weave Arbor for 1" then, alternate between Arbor and Quarry every other pick. Be sure to weave a balanced plain weave so the picks of Quarry look square. Weave to the end of your warp, ending with 1" of Arbor like in the beginning. Hemstitch at the end.
Assembly: Lay length of fabric down in a straight line. Bring one end down to a point. Bring the other end to a point overlapping the other end. With a 10-yard length of Arbor, sew a square with a whip stitch where these points overlap.
Finishing: Hand wash, dry flat. Once dry, put in the dryer on medium heat for about 10 minutes until sufficiently fulled, checking often.
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