Summer Project Collection

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Summer is right around the corner, and many fiber artists worry about their wearable projects being too heavy or warm. Here are a few projects that should keep you weaving and cool over the summer months.

This lightweight cowl is a fun fashion accessory that won’t warm you up. Made in cotton, it can absorb water and keep you cool on a hot summer day.

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This Summery Shawl makes a perfect accessory for those breezy summer nights at the park. Weave a few Zoom Loom squares in your favorite color palette to create your own shawl.

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This simple shrug would be perfect for the summer months if made in an airy yarn. Bamboo or cotton would be ideal choices for this pattern. By covering the arms only, this project can help beat the hot sun.

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The eyelets in this shawl along with the breath-ability of the fabric would make this a great addition to your evening wear during the summer. Whether it’s a stroll downtown or a night at the opera, this will be the ideal weight and warmth.

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Benjamin Krudwig

Benjamin is the Content Manager at Schacht, and loves creating weaving and spinning content for the Schacht blog. His other spinning and weaving work can be seen in Handwoven, Spin-Off and the SIP Easy Weaving With Little Looms. You may find him on Instagram as @benjamin_krudwig