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Mottled wool scarf with knitted wrist warmers

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1 Väv German translation Eva Björklund Kämpf Web description p. 32 Patrone / Design / Weaving Åsa Martinsson Scarf made of mottled wool with knitted wrist warmers The yarn, which is mottled in gray, is spun in Kampes spinneri products. Read Åsa Martinsson's article on S. Width in the comb: warp length: weave length: canvas, 4 shafts and 2 steps wool yarn mottled 6/1, approx. M / kg light gray to natural gray Kampes spinneri products as in warp 50/10, 1 strand per strand and 1 strand per reed = 5 threads / cm 56 cm 50 cm 5 threads / cm 280 threads 330 cm approx. 250 cm yarn calculation warp / m: yarn calculation weft / m: approx. 50 g approx. 50 g warping / weaving / aftertreatment warping with a The thread produces clear vertical stripes. If you warp with one thread, you also avoid the threads twisting around each other, which would make weaving difficult. Finishing: pearl knots with 10 threads each. Cut back the fringes to a length of 3 cm. Hand wash with a little linseed oil soap. Process so that the fabric contracts a little. Pull the threads apart in the short fringes so that they become loose. Steam ironing. 1

2 Knitted, curled wrist warmers The wrist warmers are knitted with two knitting needles and then sewn together. The shape results from the fact that knitting needles of different strengths are used with the same number of stitches throughout. Wool: Kampes 6/1 ullgarn (wool yarn) Knitting needles: 4 ½, 3, 2 ½, 2 Crochet hooks: Loosely cast on 2 ½ 70 stitches. First garter, needles 4 ½: Knit rib, K 2, P 2 in 8 rows. The right stitches are twisted on the right side. Knit another ruff with 4 ½ needles = 2nd ruff. Take knitting needles 2 ½ and place the ruffles on top of each other, knit one stitch of one layer with one stitch of the other layer. Knit another row. Take size 2 needles, knit 20 rows. Use size 2 ½ needles, knit 6 rows (12 rows for longer wrist warmers). Use size 3 needles, knit 10 rows (18 rows for longer wrist warmers). Take knitting needles size 4 ½, knit 2 rows. Loosely lose weight. Sew wrist warmers together. Crochet picots along the ruffles. One picot: 1 single crochet straight in the right stitches of the cuff, crochet three chain stitches, one single crochet in the first chain stitch. Single crochet straight into the purl stitches of the cuff. Repeat. If you want three layers of ruffles, you first knit 3 ruffles, two layers are knitted together, then the second with the third. Continue as described above. About the picture / The longer the chain, the narrower the stripes. Image of the warp beam. P. 33 Uniform shading is created by winding the entire strand at once. Put the bobbins in the order they were spooled. 2

3 p. 34 Patrone / Design / Weaving Åsa Martinsson Woolen blankets in twill A blanket made of wool. In one chain you can vary the stripes and color combinations. Twill, continuous step sequence and pointed twill, 6 shafts 6 steps counter-march is recommended Möbelåtta (carpet yarn) single thread, 8/1, approx. 8000m / kg gray Holma-Helsingland or Kampes Spinneriprodukter wool yarn 6/1, 6000m / kg 1. medium gray, white + Colors for the dotted stripes 2. reddish colors for stripes and for the dotted stripes Kampes spinneri product bar: 1 catch thread on each side (not through the strands, but pulled through the leaf) wool yarn 6/2 in the color of the warp 50 / 10, 1 thread per strand and 2 threads per reed = 10 threads / cm width in the comb: 129.8 cm cm after hand washing 106 cm after treatment in the dryer approx. 5 threads / cm catch threads 6/2 thread calculation warp / m: yarn calculation weft / m: approx. 165 g approx. 300 g gray or red + small amounts in different colors Weaving / post-treatment The tips run alternately in one direction. This also applies to the parts with the diagonal twill stripes. The tie pattern shows the gray blanket in the center of the picture. The blankets are hand washed with a little linseed oil soap. Rinse well. Dry and steam iron. You can also treat them in the dryer for a while (like the blanket on the right in the picture). Then the ceiling becomes a bit feltier. Be careful not to shrink the ceiling too much. Assembly Hem the ceiling or tape around it. Read more about the blankets on textilverkstad.se/vavning/draperi Re next to sketch grå = gray red = red filt = blanket 4 inslag i samma skäl = 4 Sch. in the same compartment 3

4 p. 36 Text Tina Ignell Photo Bengt Arne Ignell Staggered ikat patterns, created when pulling the chain You need - a solid chipboard - iron rods (here 5 pieces), approx. 40 cm longer than the width of the loom - 2 wooden strips, rubber strips, 4 screw clamps and 3 smaller clamps - coarse thread for knotting on the back stick - Recommended reading: japanese Ikat Weaving: Techniques of Kasuri, 1982 by JunTomita and Noriko Tomita. The book is also available in Danish translation. Winnie Poulsen shows here a variant of how one can manipulate the warp threads when pulling them up. The tying takes place first on the Schärbaum. Wrap tightly and tie so that no paint can penetrate. Color chain. The shift takes place with the help of the iron bars before the chain is pulled up. I VÄVmagasinet 3/06 there is a report in which we show another variant. This is where the shifts take place after the reserve-colored chain has already been pulled up. The rods stick to it while weaving. The article can be found on To the photos 1st row from left The bindings take place on the Schärbaum. Wrap the areas that you want to be undyed. The ties are here over all warp threads at regular intervals. This can be varied. The chipboard is fastened with clamps on each side. The position of the holes determines the distance between the shifts. Knot a thread between the bottom bars, see arrow. The thread should be the length of the arrow + shift. Tension the thread with your finger The holes can be placed anywhere along the tensioned thread. Distribute the holes so that the whole thing remains stable. Also lay battens in front of the barrier so that the threads do not cross in front of the ridge when you are tree. 2nd row from the left The chain is firmly fixed between two wooden strips with glued-on rubber strips while it is being adjusted. The wooden strips are attached to the breast tree. The thread group that is to be shortened, i.e. which is to receive the shifted pattern, is taken out in front of the sheet. Make sure the threads are loose enough so that they get the length you want. Start with the bar in the top holes. 4th

5 The fixation to the breast tree is still missing! Cut open, shorten and knot the warp threads. Pull a strong thread through all the knots, pull it over the stick and then tension the chain. 3rd row from left All slats are in the right place. The slats in the two lowest holes keep the chain in a horizontal position. Remove the wooden strips that held the warp threads in place. Treeing of the chain can begin. Winnie Poulsen uses a tree servant with two weights of 1 kg each. After the tree is taken, the iron bars are removed. The resulting shift, which shapes the pattern, remains during the entire weaving process. 5

6 p. 37 Patrone / Design / Weaving Winnie Poulsen double weave with ikat The strong cotton fabric, double weave, is well suited for pot holders. Chain bar: Width in the comb: Finished size: Double fabric, 8 shafts and 8 steps counter-march or twist roller bar: Cotton yarn 8/2 blue Fabric: Cotton yarn 8/4, 3380 m / kg white, dyed blue with indigo or reactive colors Hem: Cotton yarn 16 / 2, blue linen yarns and cotton yarns, which give a nice surface. Alternating blue / unbleached and yellow. 50/10, 1 thread per strand and 2 threads per reed = 10 threads / cm 8 threads on each side 23.2 cm 21 x 24 cm runs in width 10% and in length 15-20% a 240 thread Yarn calculation warp / m: Yarn calculation weft / m: approx. 75g approx. 100 g, depending on the yarn warping / drawing / weaving / warping with 4 threads. Calculate additional warp length for the shifts. The ties for Ikat are 2.5 cm each at a distance of 35 cm. The groups of 4 threads each are distributed so that each strip of 56 threads alternately has 4 threads in one position and 4 threads in another position. See on the adjacent page how to create different dimensions between the shifts. The warp threads on the shaft have the points in one position and the warp threads on the shaft have the points in another position. When the games change places, the threads dyed with reserve also change places. Varpordning = scarf label trådar = thread båda sidorna av väven = both sides of the fabric VARP = warp INSLAG = weft bomullsgarn = cotton yarn förskjutet mönster = shifted pattern lingarner i olika blå och ockergelult = linen yarn in different shades of blue and ockragult upprepa = repeat fåll = hem 6

7 p.38 Cartridge / Design / Weaving Winnie Poulsen Towels with Ikat The ikat ties are made on the sash. When the chain is tree, the warp threads shift. Bar: Width in the comb: Weaving length: canvas, 4 shafts and 2 steps Bar: cotton yarn 16/2, blue linen yarn, half-bleached 28/2, approx. M / kg dyed blue with reactive dye 12 threads on each side: 1 thread per strand and 3 bunches per reed. The threads for the bar are hung under the warp beam on weights of 1 kg. Hem: Cotton thread 30/2, orange or black Various single thread linen threads e.g. 16/1 50/10, 1 thread per strand and 2 threads per reed = 10 threads / cm 57 cm approx. 54 cm after washing approx. 93 cm + 3 cm for the hem on each side 7-10 threads / cm depending on the yarn 560 yd for the bar yarn calculation warp / m: yarn calculation weft / m: approx. 70 g linen yarn + cotton yarn for the hem depending on the yarn skerries / ikat / weaving / Winnie Poulsen wove with double linen yarn 28/1 for the warp, this gives the fabric a beautiful texture. We replace this with linen yarn 28/2, which creates a different surface. Feel free to use a reading board (8 threads) for warping. If you are sharpening with a shaft, you can tree and tie the chain as usual. When the chain is pulled up, you form a thread shaft in which the threads lie individually around the reading strips by stepping on a canvas shaft and inserting one reading strip, stepping on the next shaft and then inserting the other strip. You make the ties on the Schärbaum. Each individual half of the chain is made with a displacement of 10 cm in relation to each other: the binding of one half begins 5 cm away from the turning pin, the binding of the second half begins 15 cm away from the turning pin. Make 4 ties of 2.5 cm / m each. Wrap tightly with a cotton thread or with raffia. Color with reactive paint. 7th

8 shifts about 1 2 cm apart are made in front of the tree. see p. 36. Each group consists of 8 threads. Weave 3 cm hem with cotton thread 30/2. Weave with the weft color or weave stripes. Weft colors that are suitable for the blue warp yarn are black, brown or dark green. Hem by hand. Soak overnight in lukewarm water before washing. Mangling would be good. The hangers are woven in the ribbon weaving board. Linen thread 16/2 8 threads unbleached 1 thread blue 8 threads unbleached somewhat coarser cotton thread 8

9 p. 40 Cartridge / design / weaving Gitte Söderbäck pointed twill in gray tones With two gray tones you weave a slightly wider scarf or a smaller blanket. This indentation is called the V point indentation. Pointed twill, striped lengthways 4 shafts and 4 steps Solkustens 2 trådiga Gotland (two-thread), approx. 2200m / kg ljusgrå (light gray) Solkustens spinnverkstad like chain but mellangrå (medium gray) 30/10, 1 thread per strand and 1 thread per reed = 3 threads / cm width in the comb: 66.7 cm approx. 60 cm, runs about 10% in 4 threads / cm 200 threads. Chain length: approx. 280 cm for a scarf 520 cm for 2 scarves weaving length: 196 cm Finished length: 170 cm, runs approx. 12%. Yarn calculation warp / m: 90 g Yarn calculation weft / m: 125 g warping / weaving / finishing warp with two threads. If you need to attach threads, do so on the reversible pegs. Make fringes with pearl knots on the edge of the fabric or twist with 3 threads per hand. You can also braid the fringes. Finish with a pearl knot. If you want to make sure that the threads bind at the edge, you can leave a catch thread (running freely, not through the strand, but through the reed) on each edge. If you do as in the text below, the threads are tying. Post-treatment Carefully hand wash in lukewarm water with a little wool detergent. Rinse well. Wrap the fabric in a terry towel and squeeze out the water. Let dry flat. If desired, you can roughen the fabric with a card or a natural material brush. To the sketch The threads bind at the edge when you shoot in from the left on steps 1 and 3 and from the right on steps 2 and 4. Lay the weft thread in a bow, let go of the step and push the weft thread in with the compartment closed. 9

10 p.42 Cartridge / Design / Weaving Sanna Ignell Scarf Collection in Alpacka Yarn Three variations at once. With a wider chain, you can weave a nice blanket. 1. Twill with the color effect dog tooth pattern 4 shafts and 4 steps 2. Panama with the color effect dabbing 4 shafts and 2 steps 3. Panama 4 shafts and 2 steps Indiecita 100% Alpacka, approx. M / kg svart (black) 500, beige g strands or 250 g cones of natural yarn as in warp 50/10, 1 thread per strand and 1 thread per reed = 5 threads / cm width in the comb: 29.6 cm 27 cm 1: 5 threads / cm 2 + 3 : approx. 5 double layers / 2 cm 148 yarn calculation warp / m: approx. 25 g of each color yarn calculation weft / m: 1 and 2: approx. 25 g of each color 3: approx. 50 g weaving / aftertreatment The first and the last 2 cm of each scarf is struck tighter. Soak the fabric, dry it flat, and steam iron. 1. Dog tooth twill. Single shot edge: dark shot in canvas on step 5 and 6 4 light sh. on step dark Sch. on step 1-4 fringes: pearl knots with 4 strands each per knot 2nd dotted weed panama. Double Sch. Weave with two colors. Wind two threads of the respective colors on carpet needles. At the beginning and at the end 1 light shot, double. 2 double. Sch dark on step 3 and 1. 2 double Sch. light on step 3 and 1 fringe: twist with 4 threads each. 3.Panama. Double Sch. Weave in one color. Wind two threads on a carpet needle. Double Sch. on steps 1 and 3. Fringes: twist with 8 threads each, 4 light and 4 dark. Varpordning = Schärschein tr. (Tradar) = thread (threads) p.43 dog teeth, Panama with a single-colored weft. (Tuppfjät Panama) 10

11 p. 44 Patrone / Design / Weaving Ikumi Otaki Ikumi's plaid wool scarf Ikumi Otaki was trained as a weaver at Sätergläntan's Institut för slöjd och hantwerk. She now has a studio north of Tokyo and weaves everyday fabrics, where Japanese and Swedish formal language meet. Read the article on p. 22 Half-twist, 4 shafts and 4 steps 1-trådigt (single thread) Finullsgarn 4, 5/1, ca m / kg naturvitt (natural white) and mörkbrunt (dark brown) 1-trådigt tweed yarn 5/1, ca m / kg red (red) Filtmakeriet reason: brunt Finulls yarn 4, 5/1 + reds tweed yarn 5/1 Pattern: brunt Finulls yarn 4, 5/1 + reds tweed yarn 5/1 both double wound 30/10, 1 thread per strand and 2 threads per reed = 6 threads / cm width in the comb: 53.7 cm approx. 50 cm (after washing) Base: 6 layers / cm pattern: 8 patterns + 8 canvas bags 322 Fd. Yarn calculation warp / m: Yarn calculation weft / m: 10 g white, 30 g red, 30 g brown 35 g of each color. Weaving / aftertreatment Calculate an additional 10 cm for the fringes. If you are weaving several scarves, leave 20 cm between the scarves for the fringes. Follow the kicks and shots in the cartridge. The first shot comes from the right. Stop on the right side. Leave 1 m of weft thread for the sewn edge. To the photos / the edge is sewn in the loom. The photo on the left shows the beginning of the fabric, the photo on the right shows the end. varpordnung = scarf inslag = weft tuskaft = linen reddish eller brunt = red or brown mönsterinslag = sample weft dubbelt = double trådar) = thread (threads) 11

12 p. 46 Cartridge / Design / Weaving Marie Ekstedt Bjersing Pattern on the road Marie Ekstedt Bjersing discovered a pattern on the road while traveling in Japan. With knotted buttons in combination with felts, a wool scarf with an exciting texture was created. Equilateral cross twill, also called drapp 4 shafts and 4 steps Möbelåtta (carpet yarn) 8/1, approx m / kg vit (white) Holma-Helsingland as in the chain 25/10, 1 thread per strand and 4 threads per reed = 10 threads / cm (50/10, 1 thread per strand and 2 threads per reed is also suitable) Width in the comb: 60 cm approx. 52 cm, runs about 15% a weaving length: cm for the fringes at the beginning and At the end finished length: approx. 210 cm, shrinks about 13%. 9 Sch./cm 600 thread. Yarn calculation warp / m: Yarn calculation weft / m: approx. 75 g approx. 70 g warping / weaving / assembly You can warp with 4 threads. If you feel unsure about the warping, it is better to use 2 threads. If you don't stretch the fabric too tight, you can weave without a temple. Try it. Sew around 8 warp threads with sewing thread (see description on p. 44). Leave 2 cm free for the fringes. Sewing is easiest when the fabric is still in the loom.After removing the fabric: insert pins 15 cm apart. Tightly knot buttons that are wrapped in wool. The wool around the buttons prevents the buttons from sticking out and making holes. Feel free to use buttons of different sizes, these are mm in diameter. Knot with cotton carpet warp yarn 12/6. Soak the scarf and wash it at 40 degrees Celsius, without detergent. If the effect is too little, you are welcome to wash a second time. If you have woven several scarves, wash them individually. Remove the knots and buttons when the scarves are dry. If you want a smoother surface, lightly steam iron the spaces in between. Double step in the flat loom The advantage of the double step here is that only one shaft changes place at a time. When weaving every other time, i.e. H. you change places with one foot at a time. 12th

13 p. 48 cartridge / design / weaving Annika Rudholm wing wool from woolen sheep, from Sweden's most common sheep breed, meets traditional Japanese paper, weaving length: yarn calculation warp / m: yarn calculation weft / m: canvas, can also be woven in a ribbon weaving board Pälsull yarn (Pelswollgarn) 12/2, 6000m / kg Turkos (turquoise) Östegötland Ullspinneri as in the warp + twine to join the narrow woven parts Japanese folding paper 4 cm 350 cm (7 x 50 cm) 59 threads 5 sheets / cm 10 g approx 10 g weaving / assembly A decorative fabric for the wall. Here it is mounted on a board. 7 narrow woven parts are woven and then joined together with the help of woven loops. This type can also be used in other contexts to join web parts together. Each strip has six loops. The thread is folded twice and can be pulled in both directions, see photo below. Weave a few centimeters before weaving in the first thread that will form a loop. The loops are placed approx. 8 cm apart. Leave a few cm of chain free and continue with the next strip. Cut the individual strips apart and sew with the machine so that the edges do not rub off. Iron carefully if necessary. Take a thread about 3 cm long. With the help of the woven loops, you can pull the thread through the strips, the loops are pulled apart by pulling the thread through. Pull the strips as close together as you want. Turn the paper and spread your wings. Secure the strips with a couple of nails on each side. 13th

14 About the photos: Wings: a sheet of Japanese paper (Yusen) 7.5 x 7, 5 cm folded like an accordion, 8 folds on the patterned side, 7 on the white side. We used 15 papers and put them in a little irregularly, lay them out like in the photo or make your own sketch, as you want it to be. The wing is placed in the closed compartment, under three threads in the middle of the strip. Stuff the folded paper with the folds flat against the fabric so that it is not damaged. When the fabric is cut, the flights twist and fold out. 14th

15 p. 50 Patrone / Design / Weaving Brita Been Playing with yarn in silk and fancy yarn Brita Beens Scarfs made of silk, rayon and fancy yarn can be woven with different colors and yarns. The scarf won the public's prize at the Rutigt (checkered) weaving competition at the weavers' fair / Vävdagarna in Glimåkra. We show both detail samples and lot samples here. The game pattern can be used to mark a check pattern for the shot. Bar: Width in the comb: Yarn calculation warp / m: Yarn calculation weft / m: Twist in two parts, 8 shafts and 8 steps Basic weave: 4 shafts of uneven twill Tying: Counter march or twist rollers Silke (silk) 60/2, m / kg svart ( black) (available on cones) Venne Colcoton Silke 60 / m / kg svart, green (green) + different colors and effect yarn 90/10, 1 thread per strand and 2 threads per reed = 18 threads / cm on each Side twice 2 strands in strand and reed 24 cm approx. 23 cm sh. / Cm depending on the thread 436 strands (432 strands + 4 strands for the bar 20 g approx. 20 g distributed in different colors Weaving / Montage / Care: Leave about 25 cm free for the fringes at the beginning of the fabric. Weave about 1 cm with black silk thread Section 1 = step 1-4. At the beginning and at the end 20 cm in silk, alternate 7 rows in black and 1 in Green. Weave with the green silk yarn and individual shots with other colors and effect yarn. Try other yarns and colors, e.g. silk 30/2. The narrower parts than parts of the large ones n Checks, are only woven with green silk. Twist the fringes with 20 threads, 10 threads per hand. Hand wash with mild detergent. Dry and iron lying flat (setting silk). The game pattern is shown on the left. On the right, details, step sequence and tie are shown. Further examples: britabeen.no Detail equipment Alternating 12 Sch. on game 1 (step 1-4) and 12 Sch. on game II (steps 5-8). Weave larger checks by repeating the sections to the desired height. varptrådar = warp threads inslagstrådar = weft threads 15

16 p. 52 Patrone / Design / Weaving Kerstin Danielsson Linen fabric with lock stitches The lock stitches are inspired by Japanese sashiko. They are sewn like small lock stitches, up and down, creating different patterns. Sew along the warp or along the weft. Bar: width in the comb: warp length: weaving length: canvas, 4 shafts and 2 steps Lingarn oblekt 16/1, approx. M / kg (linen yarn, unbleached) Växbo Lin svart (black) lingarn 16/2, approx. M / kg Blomqvist / Nordiska oblekt lingarn 12/1, approx. m / kg Växbo lin svart lingarn 16/2, approx. m / kg Blomqvist / Nordiska 70/10, 1 thread per strand and 2 threads per reed = 14 threads / cm twice on each side 3 strands per reed 37.8 cm approx. 36 x 38 cm after washing 529 strands 12 sheets / cm 5.8 m for 10 doilies approx 45 cm including hem Calculation of yarns warp / m: 55 g unbleached, 16 / 1, a little less black 16/2 yarn calculation weft / m: approx. 65 unbleached 12/1, a little less black 16/2 warping / weaving / embroidery warping with 2 threads. You can read more about warping with linen thread and possibly pasting. Weave each doily a little longer than the weaving width so that a square impression is created after washing. Order of fire 16

17 Hem: 3 cm black linen thread 16/2 9.7 cm unbleached linen thread 12/1 x 3 1 Sch. black linen yarn 16/2 9.7 cm unbleached linen yarn 12/1 Hem: 3 cm black linen yarn Sew a straight seam at the bottom edge of the hem so that the warp threads do not slip. Hem by hand with two-ply bobbin thread. Soak, dry flat, and mangle. The lock stitches are sewn with pearl thread in different colors. Sew either along the warp or along the weft direction. Over 2, 3 or 4 threads, up and down. 17th

18 p. 54 Patrone / Form / Weben Kajsa Ignell Moos A dense rya in wool and linen becomes a soft moss carpet. In Japanese gardens, moss is often found as an ornamental part of the garden. An inspiration for textile creation. Width in the comb: single canvas, 4 or 2 shafts and 2 steps cotton carpet warp yarn 12/6, approx. 3000m / kg base. Mattull (carpet wool) 1. 9/6 300m / kg knots: 2 strands Mattlin (carpet yarn) 4/6 400m / kg green (green) strands Mattull blå (blue 5041 Bockens garner, Holma-Helsingland 30/10, 1 strand per strand and 1 thread per reed = 3 threads / cm 52 cm base without knots: 4 threads / cm knot: 8 rows with knots with 1 thread between the rows / 10 cm 156 threads .55g yarn calculation weft / m: 1 kg Mattull, 1 kg Mattlin warping / weaving / assembly Use the temple. When you start with the knots, attach the temple to the underside. Weave 1 cm with the warp yarn, lay large bows, like this that the weft covers the warp. Weave 5 cm with the yarn for the bottom. Open a compartment and weave 1 loop. The rya knots are knotted over two raised warp threads with a loop between the individual rows of knots. For the first 5 rya knots of the first Row you leave 34 raised warp threads on one side. The knots are 5-8 cm high, preferably a little higher in the middle. Use 2 carpet needles, one from each side and weave 2 sh. in each row on both edges 2 Sch. to fill it out. Gradually cut open the knots. At the end you weave 5 cm with Mattull and a 1 cm with the warp yarn in canvas. Assembly: Outside the knot, sew a circular, dense zigzag hem, approx. 3 cm. Pull the warp threads up along the line and knot two at a time. The knots can remain on the bar. Sew a white leather strip, approx. 6 cm, around the edge by hand. To the sketches / 1. Knot with 2 strands of linen + 1 strand of wool 2. Knot the warp threads in twos along the circular zigzag seam. 3. Sew a leather strip along the edge. The sketch shows raised warp threads. 1 diamond = 4 warp threads = 1 knot over 2 raised warp threads. The diagram shows the round shape. 16 warp threads on each side without a knot 18

19 p. 56 Cartridge / Design / Weaving Tina Ignell Daldräll in silk In VÄV4 / 17 there is an article about how to create a pattern with two lots. Here we show you how to use a 4-part pattern based on a dal twist pattern from VÄV 1/17. The web description we are assuming and the article can be found on the width of the comb: Daldräll 4 shafts and 6 steps Silkegarn (silk thread) 30/2, approx m / kg vitt (white) Sjöalyckans silke or Venne Colcoton reason: as in the Warp, single spooled pattern: as in the warp, double spooled 90/10, 1 thread per strand and 2 threads per reed = 18 threads / cm 32.5 cm 30 cm 10 threads. Canvas + 10 sample sheets / cm 580 yd. Yarn calculation warp / m: Yarn calculation weft / m: approx. 40 g approx. 65 g Draw-in / weave / On the right you can see the detailed draw-in plan for the 4 sections, detailed step sequence and binding. On the left is the game pattern with game entry plan and game sequence. Divide the warp threads into groups before pulling them in. On the following pages we will show you how you can color your Daldräll with reserve colors. mönsterindelning = pattern division detaljinredning = detailed furnishing Höger = right vänster = left tr. (trådar) = thread (threads) bård = border upprepa = repeat varp = warp inslag = weft tuskaft = canvas 19

20 p. 58 Text Tina Ignell Photo Bengt Arne Ignell Shibori pattern on daldräll in silk You need fabric made of wool or silk - solid thread in a different color that does not take on the color of the dye. Then it will be easier to remove the thread after dyeing. - Stainless pot that is big enough for the fabric and for the dye bath - Syra paints / fabric paints, e.g. B. from Färgkraft. Address see S% acetic acid, salt according to the recipe - Shibori is originally a Japanese term for hantweks and form, meaning to turn, press and tighten. Shibori is a reserve technique, which means that there are several ways to prevent part of the fabric from becoming discolored. This can be done with the help of wooden blocks, folds, hems or knotted threads. Left to the photos above / Use a thread in a different color, made of a material that does not take on any color. Here linen yarn 16/2. A stronger polyester yarn is also suitable. Sew lock stitches around a pattern in the daldräll. Here the stitches are approx. 5 mm. At the beginning a tight knot that does not slide into the fabric. Leave about 80 cm of thread. You can sew round shapes like here or squares. right above / When you have pulled all the sewn parts together, wind the thread from bottom to top. Do a half stroke on the tip. Leave a piece of string hanging so you can see where the wrap ends. Hand wash the bottom left / silk fabric with a mild detergent. Dye with syra dyes / fabric dyes for wool and silk. We dyed with two colors, first a little cerice and then red. Cerise worked first and produced a special effect. Try it. Remove the thread at the bottom right. We used a blunt darning needle for this. If you do need scissors, be careful not to cut into the fabric. P. 59 Iron the fabric or leave the folds as they are 20