Needle Pillow Warp Revisited

I found another sample I wove on the warp with the needle pillows. This is FAST to weave: not much weaving!


I used the warp yarn for the wefts in this part. It was handspun cotton I brought back from Bhutan.


This is what happened at the edge where the weft jumped up to the next woven section. I put pieces of cardboard in the sheds for the unwoven areas. That kept the spaces uniform (not required).

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Here you can see that the warp was wide enough to make two pillows.


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I tried sewing thread and it makes a quite different look.


HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
Peggy

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4 thoughts on “Needle Pillow Warp Revisited”

  1. Happy Thanksgiving to you too. Hope your doing well. Weaving has kept me grounded throughout this year. Your the reason I have been so safe and happy. Weaving and all your teaching is who I’ve become. Just want to thankyou again for turning that light on in my life. Miss you . Jan

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  2. The adorable needle pillows remind me of monk’s belt. Do you think making needle pillows from fabric woven in monk’s belt could work?

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