2021/2022 Challenge: Doubleweave
Doubleweave means a lot of things to a lot of weavers. Everyone who explores
it seems to have a niche. Let’s explore some of those niches and inspire
you to try your own Doubleweave. Details can be found here. Report on your discoveries in April.
For a list of the guild library’s Doubleweave materials, online and other resources see the resource list.
Need some motivation? Want to discuss your chosen weave structure with others?
The Doubleweave Study Group will be meeting to help you understand what it is and how to get stared. The group will meet virtually via Zoom, see the Study Group webpage for more details.
An additional resource is the guild Ravelry group, you can chat online about your explorations of Doubleweave.
Create a Sample Card
This part of the challenge is optional. After downloading the sample card from the Library web page, print it out on cardstock (good) or archival quality paper (better). Fill in as much of the card as you can, but it’s okay to leave some areas blank. The idea is to have a friendly resource, both from the point of view of the user and from the person filling out the form.
Weave a sample and affix it as instructed to the card. Your sample should be roughly 4″ x 4″ or larger, but no bigger than 8.5″x11″. The edges of your sample can be stabilized with fray check, watered down white glue, or machine stitching.
Plan to submit your sample card at the March meeting. Weavers are encouraged to continue submissions to our Guild Sample Book into the future.